This article summarises the background to my current PhD work, considering questions around what academics and activists on the left in Aotearoa in 2012 think about the idea of establishing a major left wing think tank, why one hasn’t developed so far, and what it would take to set one up. I am also examining eight community based organisations to see what we can learn from their experience & history in relation to these questions. Feedback on the article is welcomed.
- Citation: Bradford, S. (2012) A major leftwing think tank in Aotearoa: Call to action or impossible dream? Foreign Control Watchdog 130. Issue 3.pp 40-45
- Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives CC BY-NC-ND
- Creator: Sue Bradford - Community based politival activist, PhD candidate at AUT's Institute of Public Policy
- Language: English
- Publisher: Foreign Control Watchdog
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