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How do you get our Tree Levy? You log on! 

Got a bare spot or an eyesore on the school grounds that needs some leafy love? Sign up for Federation’s

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Nation’s teacher unions back Yes for Voice vote 

Federation has affirmed its commitment to the Yes campaign for the First Nations Voice referendum through a decision of the

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Officers meet with state’s new TAFE Minister

Federation held its first meeting with Tim Crakanthorp as Minister for Skills, TAFE and Tertiary Education on Friday, 14 April,

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Creative arts competition with $4000 in prizes 

Entries are now being accepted for Federation’s Sam Lewis Peace and Environment Competition 2023.  Students in all public education settings,

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Web page advocates for important change to the Constitution 

Federation has created a Yes23 web page, in support of the Yes campaign for the 2023 referendum.  The referendum is

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Rally for refugee rights and peace this Sunday 

Federation is proud to endorse and support the 2023 Palm Sunday rally and march, to be held this Sunday, 2

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Speak out against racism and mobilise against discrimination and injustice during Harmony Week

Today, 21 March, is the start of what the Australian Government calls “Harmony Week”.  This designated week is scheduled for

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Why Perrottet is not the way

10 reasons why a re-elected Premier would be bad news for teachers and public education. All the research shows workloads

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Federation opposes AUKUS

It is a deep commitment to peace that guides the NSW Teachers Federation’s opposition to militarism and belief that war

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Join AEU women leading for gender equality

Along with other branches of the Australia Education Union, Federation is supporting the UN Women Australia’s International Women’s Day theme

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The education choice

Teachers face an important choice on 25 March, with the major parties presenting a very different view of what they

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You are always welcome here

Unions are a place for inclusion, Australian Education Union Federal Secretary Kevin Bates told participants at the Diversity in Education

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Special honours for our members 

Manly-Warringah Teachers Association stalwarts Pam and John Ward have been honoured with Medals of the Order of Australia (OAM) for

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Passionate about our environment? Your association needs you

Climate change is already affecting teachers’ health and safety and the physical and mental health of the students we teach.

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Powerful video message wins peace prize

“We need peace as much as we need air, as much as we need water.”  Sindy Zhang from Sydney Girls

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Study grant provides Fiona opportunity to answer burning questions

Congratulations to Federation member Fiona Beasley, who has been awarded Federation’s 2023 Eric Pearson Study Grant. Trauma-informed practice in classrooms

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Wage caps hurt Hunter, hit education

The NSW Government’s employee salary cap and austerity drive is threatening public services in the Hunter – including schools and TAFE – that inject a crucial $6 billion into the region

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Help end gendered violence by advocating for legislative and social change

With the stroke of a pen the Federal Government could better support single mothers – 60 per cent of whom

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No wage cap, job security for TAFE teachers: Labor’s poll pitch

Federation has welcomed a Labor pledge to abolish the wage cap for TAFE teachers and bring the union back to

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Solidarity with the people of Iran

Federation stands in solidarity with the global trade union movement, which has condemned the brutal and murderous repression of the people of Iran by a regime that has systematically violated the human rights of women, political activists, including the leaders of education unions, and the LGBTIQA+ community.

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Shots at Qatar’s cup toll

For every goal that’s scored in the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar, about 39 people will have died, former Socceroos captain Craig Foster told Federation’s September Council.

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