Young Australian Democrats


Young Australian Democrats

Infobox Political Youth Organization
name_english = Young Australian Democrats

chairman = Tim Wright
colorcode = F4940D
foundation =
headquarters = 711 South Road
Black Forest SA 5035
ideology = Social Liberalism
international =
regional1_type =
regional1_name =
student =
secretary =
mother_party = Australian Democrats
website = [http://www.yads.org.au/ yads.org.au]
The Young Australian Democrats is the youth wing of the Australian Democrats, a political party. Their chairperson is Tim Wright. cite web|url=http://yads.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogsection&id=22&Itemid=57 |title=Young Australian Democrats - Contact |accessdate=2007-12-31 |last=Wright |first=Tim |date=2007-06-04 |publisher=Young Australian Democrats ] Their national spokesperson is Laura Chipp, ] the daughter of Australian Democrats founder Don Chipp.

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