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Curr, Pamela

Occupation
Human rights advocate and Political candidate
Website
http://home.vicnet.net.au/~womenweb/sources/Later%20Stories/Pamela_Curr.htm

Summary

Pamela Curr stood as a candidate for the Australian Greens Party in the Legislative Assembly seat of Brunswick at the Victorian state election, which was held on 30 November 2002.

Details

Pamela Curr has worked at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre which is Located in North Melbourne as Campaign Co-ordinator. She is active in securing the human rights of people who arrive in Australia seeking asylum. She is active also in the Victorian Peace Network. She was involved in the Fairwear campaign for more than five years, working to ensure decent working conditions for workers in the clothing and textile industry.

Rosemary Francis

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