One part of Reshaping Australian Manufacturing entails an oral history project conducted with the National Library of Australia.
These interviews are to be held in National Library’s Oral History and Folklore Collection. This collection records the voices that describe Australia’s cultural and social life, and includes interviews with people who have lived through significant social trends and conditions. Participants can be assured that their stories are interesting and important, and that their contribution to a national collection is highly valued and will be handled respectfully. To find out more about participating in the interviews, click here.
Here is the National Library of Australia’s catalogue entry for the Reshaping Australian Manufacturing Oral History Project (this indicates what is catalogued, but nothing is yet available online – this is in process).