Women's Newsletter, May 2016

Women’s Newsletter May 2016



Free entry to film launch


Federation members are invited to attend the Sydney launch of The Women Who Were Never There, a short film about a determined group of women who made the first attempt to get work at the male-dominated Port Kembla steelworks in 1973.

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Federal budget paints a bleak picture for women


The budget confirms the Turnbull Government intends to pursue, if re-elected in July, cuts to programs that support working women.

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Applications for term 3 Anna Stewart Program now open


This program provides women members of the Federation with an opportunity to learn more about the way the union works and develop skills as a union activist.

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New teaching resource available on forced marriages


The My Rights - My Future: Forced Marriage Kit contains 15 learning sessions and all resource materials necessary for implementing high quality learning experiences for students in years 9–12.

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Dates for the diary


Click here for information on the Women’s Conference, August 20.

Fundamentals for Fed Reps and Women’s Contacts (Women only course):

August 30-31, Surry Hills.

Other dates and locations are on Federation's website.




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