Jacqueline McCluggage

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Jacqueline McCluggage

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Socialist Action League

In 1972 McCluggage worked as the Business Manager for the Socialist Action League's newsletter, Socialist Action.[1]

Activism

On 7 May 1973, McCluggage was one of twenty-five pro-abortion protestors picketing outside a Labour Party conference in Wellington.[2]

In July 1976, McCluggage was present at a 500-strong women's rights demonstration at the opening of Parliament.[3]

On September 27, 1973 she addressed a TP-organised forum on the future of NZ protest movement at the Wellington Library lecture Hall[4]

On March 15, 1974, she wrote an article for Socialist Action on Young Socialists at the University of Auckland holding a forum on International Women's Day on 8 March that year.

WONAAC

In 1973 McCluggage was the Coordinator for the Wellington branch of the radical pro-abortion group, the Woman's National Abortion Action Campaign.[5]

"Abortion as a woman’s choice"

In 1975 the Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand and the Woman's National Abortion Action Campaign jointly convened the workshop entitled ‘Abortion as a woman’s choice’ with Jan Clark and Jacqueline McCluggage as co-convenors.[6]

References

  1. Socialist Action, 3 March, 1972. Page 8
  2. Socialist Action League's newsletter, Socialist Action, 18 May, 1973
  3. Socialist Action League's newsletter, Socialist Action, 9 July, 1976. Page 12
  4. TP, October 1973. Page p12
  5. CANTA Magazine, 1973, No. 10]
  6. ALRANZ Newsletter, Feb, 2005
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