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Para Mullan (DoB 17 December 1954) is an operations director and is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network. She works for cScape, founded by Rob Killick and Keith Teare. She has spoken at and written for the Battle of Ideas,    at the Brighton Salon, , officiated for Debating Matters,  'liked' the Institute of Ideas on her Facebook profile,  and written for Novo Argumente,  and Spiked.  She references a previous nursing career.  In the 1990s and early 2000s she used the name Para Teare presumably indicating marriage to LM stalwart Keith Teare, and was associated with an RCP front group: Genderwatch.
The Progress Club Limited (company number 04331329), Director, appointed 29 November 2001 | Epping Consulting Limited (company number 04353349), director appointed 15 January 2002. Fellow directors include core LM network stalwart Phil Mullan.
- Para Teare, 'The state of Singapore', Living Marxism, No. 88 - March 1996, p. 32.
- Para Teare, 'The Grameen Bank experience', Living Marxism, No. 90 - May 1996, p. 21.
- Fatimah Shah, Maher Anjum, Parasathi Teare, Yasmin Kabir Letter: No simple way out of poverty for Bangladeshi women The Independent (London) May 12, 1996, Sunday, Page 18.
- Parasathi Teare. LETTER: CHILD LABOUR, ADULT SOLUTIONS The Guardian (London) May 16, 1997; Pg. 16.<
- Kathleen Richardson, Bruno Waterfield and Para Teare, 'Global reality gaps', LM 108, p. 33, March 1998.
- "Para Mullan", Battle of ideas website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "From Banks to BP", Battle of Ideas website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "Putting Trusting Big Business in Context", Institute of Ideas website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "Is this the jilted generation?", Brighton Salon website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "People Para Mullan", Debating Matters website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "likes", Spiked website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "Author list" Novo Argumente website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "From work ethic to workaholism", Spiked website, accessed 2 Nov 2010
- "About people", cScape website, accessed 9 Feb 2011
- Data from Companies House, accessed 19 March 2011