The Labour History Society of South Australia aims to study, record and celebrate the diversity of working life, labour traditions and social history. We are a branch of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History. Branch members include labour movement and community activists, researchers, students and academics, teachers, parliamentarians and those with a general interest in labour and related history.
Free and open talks by specialists in the field are held every two months at the Box Factory Community Centre, 59 Regent Street South, Adelaide. Regular newsletters include articles on labour history and reports on events relating to labour, social justice, equality and peace.
Each year the Branch offers a Tom Sheridan Scholarship to an honours or post-graduate student researching or working in the fields of labour or social history (broadly defined).