Princes Street Labour is the University of Auckland-based branch of the New Zealand Labour Party. Founded in 1960, former members of Princes Street Labour have included former Speaker Jonathan Hunt, Mayor of Auckland Phil Goff, and former Prime Minister Helen Clark.
The branch has a strong presence within Young Labour, but membership of Princes Street Labour is open to all staff, students and alumni of the University of Auckland, regardless of age.
Princes Street Labour, like Young Labour, stands for the principles of equality, freedom, and fairness. Often called the “ideological powerhouse” of the Labour Party, Princes Street discusses and makes policy, is involved with campaign activities, and generally has a whole lot of fun.
In the run-up to the 2017 election, Princes Street Labour will be involved with campaigns in and around Auckland, pushing the party vote for a fresh approach to government.
To get involved with the oldest political club on campus, send us an email, or click on “Get Involved” at the top of the page.
Chair: Bryden Lloyd
Vice Chair: Lily Trevallyan
Secretary: Khashayar Ghafouri
Treasurer: Teresa Lee