About DLP

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is neither ‘Left’ nor ‘Right’ as people usually understand those words in Australian politics. Unlike the ALP, it is not dictated to by unions and unlike the Liberal Party, it does not seek to serve the interests of big business.

A basic element of our philosophy is that the interests of Australians may be best served by preserving, protecting and building on the family. It is a fundamental policy of the DLP to support a responsible elected government that will promote social and economic justice, a fair and decent society for families and a sense of national direction that will help to make Australia prosperous, self-reliant and secure.

We believe in the rights and responsibilities of individuals, families and local communities.

The DLP represents and upholds the traditional values and principles of the labour movement, which supports families, workers and communities as the foundations of our society and the basis of all sound economic principle.

 

History

History

Perspective

Perspective

Objectives

Objectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

Principles

Principles

Distributism

Distributism

Rachel

Our MPs