We are an organisation that believes that the growing problems we are experiencing can be combated far more effectively by securing our natural rights than by authoritarian controls.
Though we may not immediately see it, the natural right we need most is the right to land.
This is the teaching of Henry George, American economist and social philosopher whose ideas and principles the Association propagates through submissions, courses, seminars, articles and its bi-monthly magazine Good Government.
Amongst all the argument and confusion on Earth, there can be heard a still small voice defining a coherent solution to all its economic, political & social ills and substantially the environmental ones too.
In 1943 the Canadian land economist, H. Bronson Cowan, director of the International Research Institute on Real Estate Taxation, visited Melbourne to conduct research in the municipalities of Brunswick and Camberwell.
His techniques inspired a number of local professionals to form the Land Values Research Group (LVRG).