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Madeline Northam

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Workers' voice

Now more than ever, working people need a strong independent and collective voice. UnionsACT is the largest independent voice for working people in the Canberra region. You can read our archive of media releases and public statements here, and stay up to date with some of the key issues facing working people and the broader ACT community.

UnionsACT to support LGBTQIA+ workers through Pride Leadership Internships

UnionsACT is pleased to be the recipient of a Capital of Equality grant from the ACT Government, announced yesterday. Thanks to this grant, UnionsACT will …

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UnionsACT to launch Women In Trades program

UnionsACT will launch its Women In Trades program this Thursday night. The UnionsACT Women In Trades program aims to address the ongoing need for workplace …

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The wage-theft crisis facing young workers

Young workers facing wage-theft crisis

More than half of young workers aged under 25 have experienced wage-theft in the past 12 months according to UnionsACT’s latest annual youth survey. The …

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Bob Hawke

Vale Hawke: ACT Memorial tonight at 5pm

UnionsACT will hold a memorial to remember Bob Hawke, a titan of the union movement, Australian hero and one of our greatest Prime Ministers. The …

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UNION PROTEST TODAY: 12PM IN GAREMA PLACE

Unions in Canberra will protest today to call for Australia’s broken workplace laws to be changed. Rally Details Location:         Garema Place, CivicTime:               12pm …

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WE ARE UNION WOMEN

Equality is not a negotiation.

Women joining together to challenge sexism, gender inequality, violence and structural discrimination at work.

Want to get active?

We Are Union Women is a feminist, unionist, activist network campaigning for social change, justice and to build the union movement’s ability to win on issues for women.

Let us know you want to join We Are Union Women and find out how you can get involved and active in campaigns led by union-women.

UnionsACT acknowledges that it works on the land of the Ngunnawal people, and we pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. 

Authorised A White for UnionsACT, 11 London Circuit, Canberra.

 

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