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Nationality  Australian
Education  University of Adelaide
Role  Journalist

Name  Alison Broinowski
Alma mater  Adelaide University
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Full Name  Alison Woodroffe
Born  25 October 1941 (age 74) (1941-10-25) Adelaide, South Australia
Occupation  Academic, journalist, writer
Spouse(s)  Richard Philip Broinowski (married 1963)
Books  About face, Allied and addicted, Howard's war, The Third Try, The Yellow Lady

Political party  The Wikileaks Party

Dr. Alison W. Broinowski (born 25 October 1941) is an Australian academic, journalist, writer and former Australian public servant.

Alison Broinowski Questioning the US Alliance The WikiLeaks Party

Her maiden name was Woodroffe; born in Adelaide, she attended from 1946 to 1958 the Wilderness School in that city, and in 1962 she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Adelaide University. In December of the following year, she married Richard Philip Broinowski. From 1963-64 she was a cadet for the Australian Department of External Affairs before beginning her extensive public service career, including various diplomatic postings, with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT).

Alison Broinowski Alison Broinowski to run for Senate as WikiLeaks candidate

In July 2013 Broinowski announced her intention to run as The Wikileaks Party in New South Wales Senate candidate for at the 2013 Australian federal election.

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  • 1965-68 - Freelance journalist in Japan
  • 1969 - Journalist and leader-writer for the Canberra Times
  • 1970-74 - Department of Foreign Affairs, Japan Section
  • 1975-78 - Second Secretary at the Australian Embassy in Manila, Philippines
  • 1978-82 - ASEAN Section, Department of Foreign Affairs; Co-ordinator, Australian Institute of International Affairs Conferences
  • 1982-83 - Administrative Assistant to the Governor General; Executive Director of the Australian National Word Festival
  • 1983-85 - Cultural Counsellor at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
  • 1986 - Director, Japan Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • 1987-88 - Director, Australia-Japan Foundation, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Visiting Fellow at the Department of Asian Studies, Australian National University
  • 1988 - ChargĂ© d'Affaires with the Australian Embassy in Amman, Jordan, and Research Associate with the Korean Research Foundation and Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea
  • 1989-90 - Counsellor with the Australian Mission to the United Nations in New York City, United States
  • 1990-92 - On leave from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to undertake freelance work, including lecturing, journalism, broadcasting and research on Australia/Asian affairs
  • 1992-93 - Regional Director with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Melbourne
  • 1993-94 - Director, Advocacy and Planning, Australia Council
  • 1995 - Visiting Fellow, Australian Defence Force Academy
  • 1995-96 - Research Associate, Ibero American University, Mexico
  • 1996 - Visiting Fellow, University of Canberra
  • 1996-99 - Visiting Fellow, Australian National University
  • References

    Alison Broinowski Wikipedia

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