UnionsACT is hosting a May Day Dinner on 28 April. May Day celebrates the achievements of working people and organised labour. As with previous years, the May Day Dinner will be held at the Woden Tradies. You can book tickets online here or email email@example.com.
UnionsACT and the Australian Education Union will hold a vigil at the Mexican Embassy on Wednesday morning to mourn the deaths of 12 teachers and students in the Mexican city of Oaxaca. The candle-light vigil comes following deadly clashes between protesting Mexican teachers and students, and security forces in the southern Mexican city. More than … Continue reading Unions to hold vigil at Mexican Embassy to mourn violence & deaths of students and teachers in Mexico
The UnionsACT dinner to celebrate May Day will be held on Friday 29 April. You can purchase tickets here and contact UnionsACT if you have any questions it would like to buy a table of 10.
UnionsACT is hosting a White Ribbon Night morning tea on Friday 31 July. Time: 10:30am - 11am Date: Friday 31 July Place: Glebe Park, corner of Akuna St and Bunda St The event is a morning tea to support White Ribbon and oppose violence against women. UnionsACT will provide a few egg & bacon rolls, … Continue reading White Ribbon morning tea
[two_thirds flow=start]May Day is an event of central importance for the labour movement, and in the ACT has long been a celebration of working people. This year we will continue the tradition of awarding May Day Awards that recognise significant achievement amongst the activists and delegates of Canberra’s proud unions. With unions and the broader … Continue reading May Day 2015
Our rights at work are again under attack from the Abbott Government and employers. It recently became even clearer that the full-scale Productivity Commission inquiry into our rights at work could deliver cuts to penalty rates, the abolition of the minimum wage, bring back unfair individual contracts and swing even more power to the employers. … Continue reading National Day of Action – Wed 4 March 2015
10 October at 16:00 - 18:30 Manning Clark Theatre 6 This will be a forum to discuss community coalitions as a political force. Our keynote speaker is Jenna Price, academic at University of Technology Sydney, Canberra Times columnist, and a co-founder of Destroy the Joint.RSVP: www.fairgoforcanberra.org.au
This Family & Community Day, come by the Fair Go for Canberra stall for a free sausage and a yarn. This year, we’re talking about how the Federal Budget has hit Canberra hardest. We’re angry about the Government’s plans to: • Slash the public service• Destroy universal Medicare • Triple university feesWhat’s on your mind? Come by … Continue reading Family & Community Day Stall
The people united for better government. Sunday 12 noon 31 August 2014 Speaker's corner: John Minns (Refugee Action Committee) - refugee rights Kim Sattler (UnionsACT) - workers rights, publice service cuts Tjanara Goreng Goreng (UC) - Aboriginal Australian sovereignty Rod Campbell (The Australia Institute) - climate change Michael Mazengarb - renewable energy Tom Swann … Continue reading March Australia
The National Union of Students has called a National Day of Action on August 20 = rally on every campus.We're on board because this federal budget’s treatment of higher education + welfare is an attack on students:~ 20% cut to public funding for uni courses~ Deregulation of fees allowing unis to charge whatever they want … Continue reading *TODAY* Canberra Student Rally Against the Budget
On 6-7 August 1974 Labor succeeded in revolutionising the way we do health care in Australia with the introduction of Medicare. The 40th Anniversary of the passage of the Health Insurance Commission Bill is a landmark in the history of healthcare and the Parliament. Stephen Jones MP and his office are organising a rally to show the … Continue reading Snap Medicare Rally
Canberra Cleaners are bearing the brunt of more broken promises from Tony Abbott. On "Red Tape Repeal Day" Tony Abbott's government axed legislation that ensured Clean Start rates of pay and job security for cleaners in Canberra's federal buildings.From July 1, these cleaners stand to lose more than $300 a fortnight - making a mockery … Continue reading International Cleaners Day