Deposit S22 - Advance

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AU NBAC S22

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Advance

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  • 1946 - 1948 (Creation)

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(1941 -)

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The Eureka Youth League was formed in 1941 with the aim of supporting the war effort while protecting the rights and conditions of women, youth and juveniles in industry.
By October 1942 the State Council of the League had announced its intention to 'draw into its ranks the clearest thinking youth of our generation. We aim to help the labour movement win the youth for the advance to the new socialist order and to train our members to be honest, clear thinking and energetic builders of the new socialist order.'
Post-war the League acted as an educational, social and political organisation, one highlight being the organisation of the Youth Carnival for Peace in 1952.

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'Advance' was the Eureka Youth League's (EYL) newspaper for Australian Youth in New South Wales and was first published in 1946. In 1948 it was suggested that it join together with 'Youth Voice', which was produced by EYL in Victoria to cover Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania, and form one paper for all of Australia (see Advance no. 16, Apr 1948). Issues held cover years 1946 to 1948.

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