1961-2013, English, Unpublished edition: Papers of Janine Haines AM. Haines, Janine, 1945-2004.

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  • 3.48 metres.
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  • English

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Title
  • Papers of Janine Haines AM.
Creator
  • Haines, Janine, 1945-2004.
Produced
  • 1961-2013.
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Physical Description
  • 3.48 metres.
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Summary
  • Records comprising the papers of Janine Haines AM, including files gathered and developed throughout her political career with the Australian Democrats. Subjects include women's issues and equality, health, international issues, privacy, human rights, political processes and campaigns. Also contains papers from her association with the various committees, groups and charities which she was a part of, and from the Adelaide University where Janine was the Deputy Vice-Chancellor. Includes diaries and notebooks, literature reviews, media releases, biographical notes, information regarding speaking engagement and speeches, and a personal invitation to the opening of the New Parliament House, Canberra. Also contains photographs of Janine in her personal and political life, portrait drawings, and photographs of Australian Democrats Senators and candidates from South Australia for the 1987 and 1990 elections. Includes the typescript of 'Suffrage to Sufferance: a hundred years of women in politics', 1992 and preparatory research, and a personal annotated published copy. Contains Australian Democrats artefacts such as badges, stationary, a mug, along with a pair of Janine's iconic eyeglasses. Includes congratulatory letters on achieving her Order of Australia, and sympathy cards sent to the family after Janine's passing in 2004. See Box List for a complete description of box contents.
Biography
  • Born on May 8 1945 in Tanunda, South Australia, Janine Haines AM joined the Senate in 1977 as an Australian Democrat and held her position until June 1978. She was elected for a six year term in the Senate in 1980, and later became the leader of the Australian Democrats from 1986 to 1990, following the retirement of the inaugural leader Don Chipp. She was the first female federal parliamentary leader of an Australian political party, and was also the first member of the Australian Democrats to enter the federal parliament after the party's formation. Janine was pivotal in shaping the Democrats into a political entity which held the balance of power in the Senate, and was well known as a campaigner for equal opportunity, anti-discrimination and privacy rights for Australians. Using her party's position in the Senate she was able to negotiate changes to proposed Government legislation in areas such as health care and equal opportunity for women, and authored 'Suffrage to Sufferance: One Hundred Years of Women in Politics' which was published 1992. She was unsuccessful in her bid for the House of Representatives seat of Kingston in 1990, however after retirement from politics, Janine was head of the Australian Privacy Charter Council and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Adelaide University amongst other postions. She was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2001.
Notes
  • See SRG 286 : Australian Democrats. South Australian Division.
  • Multiple copyright holders. Contact the State Library of South Australia for further information.
Access Conditions
  • PRG 1618/​box 3/​3-7 No access until 2048 ; WITHDRAWN.
  • PRG 1618/​box 4/​2&​ part 4 No access until 2046 ; WITHDRAWN.
  • PRG 1618/​box 9/​part 8 No access until 2046 ; WITHDRAWN.
  • PRG 1618/​box 11/​part 4-5 No access until 2045 ; WITHDRAWN.
  • PRG 1618/​box 17/​part 5 No access until 2046 ; WITHDRAWN.
  • No restrictions on access for records created by Janine Haines AM, Ian Haines and other members of the Haines family, except those deemed temporarily restricted.
Terms of Use
  • Copies of records created by Janine Haines AM, Ian Haines, and other members of the Haines family may be made for research or study, except those deemed temporarily restricted. Any publication of this material will acknowledge the 'Janine Haines Archival Collection'.
Language
  • English
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