Women's Newsletter May 2015

Women’s Newsletter May 2015

 

 

Federal Budget

 

Federation is working with Unions NSW in its campaign against the many aspects of the Federal Budget which will disadvantage women

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Working part-time in promotions positions

 

Making job shares succeed in schools will help to strengthen women's career paths

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Girls Can Do Anything

 

Economic Security 4 Women has launched a new website, called Girls Can Do Anything, designed to encourage girls and young women into non-traditional occupations

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Rosemary Richards Scholarship

 

Applications are now open for the Rosemary Richards Scholarship, for a woman member of the Australian Education Union (including the NSW Teachers Federation) to increase her skills and experience in her activism and union work

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Dates for the diary

 

15 August – Women’s Conference

Women's Fundamentals courses

Training for women who are new to the role of Federation Representative or Women's Contact. Committee members can also apply and will be able to participate if space is available.

• Surry Hills: August 25-26
• Ballina: October 15-16

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Dates for the diary

 

The Library's Hot Topics Guide on Women has been updated.

Some of the new books featured include Freedom fallacy: the limits of liberal feminism and Fury: women write about sex, power and violence. Library resources are available for loan to all financial members. They can be requested via the library catalogue or by email or phone.

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