Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Social action organisation
- Alternative Names
- St Joan's Social and Political Alliance (former name, 1936 - 1954)
The Victorian Section of the St Joan's International Alliance, was established on the initiative of Margaret Flynn an Australian member of the English section of the St Joan's International Alliance. An avowedly feminist organisation, it was open to all Catholics who agreed with the stated object of action 'to secure the political, social and economic equality between men and women and to further the work and usefulness of Catholic women as citizens'. A New South Wales sector was established in 1946, with South Australia and Western Australia following suit in 1950. The first national conference was held in Sydney in 1951.