Our Members Be Unlimited – Sam Wallman
If the trade union movement is to have a future, then it is in today’s youth. There is not a great deal of material written...
Nicaragua: the path to independence
The years under neo-liberalism in Nicaragua saw trade union rights stripped away, collective bargaining agreements junked and, as trade union strength waned, living standards plummeted....
The problems of privatisation and why publicly-owned services matter
The ACTU does a good job of explaining issues to the converted. However, they should use some excellent scientific studies to inform the public of...
60th anniversary of Australia’s involvement in Vietnam
This week marks sixty years since Australia entered the Vietnam war. Considered by many to be a Cold War-era proxy war, the conflict lasted almost...
CPA National School – Brisbane
In November, the Brisbane Branch held its CPA National Party School. It began with a Trivia night on Friday, at the Labour Trades Hall in...
Maritime Union win on renewables
Australian maritime workers continue to benefit from the fast pace of investment and expansion of offshore renewable energy projects around our coastline. The Maritime Union...
Trade union federations in the EU have called for affiliates to support French trade unionists who are being prosecuted for taking collective action during recent...
NORWAY: A new report commissioned by the Norwegian police into a deadly shooting during Oslo’s annual LGBT Pride festival last year blasted Norway’s domestic security...
Outsourcing’s shadow workforce
The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) says it is pleased to see that the Albanese Labor government has uncovered the scale of outsourcing within...
Trade union and workers’ rights
Over the decades the rights of trade union delegates and trade union officials have been eroded, making it increasingly difficult for them to represent and...