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Hinman, Pip (c. 1959 - )

Born
c. 1959

Summary

Pip Hinman is a political activist who represented the Socialist Alliance in the following elections: New South Wales Senate in 2001 and the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Marrickville by-election in 2005.

Details

Pip Hinman is an anti-war activist and has worked as a journalist on the Green Left Weekly. Her campaign stressed opposition to industrial coercion and the diminution of civil liberties and was in favour of better public transport, education and health provision. Her preferences were directed to the Greens.

Pip Hinman is a member of the Political Committee of the Democratic Socialist Party and national co-ordinator of Action in Solidarity with Asia and the Pacific. She has been very involved in the Free the Refugees Campaign.

Sources used to compile this entry: Election pamphlet collected 17 September 2005; http://www.dsp.org.au/links/contact/authors.htm (accessed 21 October 2005).

Annette Alafaci

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