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Reconciliation needs a brave approach to First Nations education

This year’s National Reconciliation Week (NRW) theme of Be Brave. Make Change is a timely one, given Australians have elected a new federal government committed to making change for First Nations Peoples.

National Sorry Day is a time for action

Today, 26 May, is National Sorry Day a day to remember and acknowledge the shameful mistreatment of First Nations Peoples and the Stolen Generations who were forcibly removed from their families and communities.

The agenda for working women starts here

The agenda includes four key union campaigns.

Australians have voted for change

A new government brings new opportunities to achieve the real change our members have been calling for, writes IEU-QNT Branch Secretary Terry Burke.

Mould at work is a health and safety issue

Recent wet weather and unseasonably high levels of humidity across Queensland has led to an increase in the prevalence of mould being reported at school sites.

“Historic”: paid domestic violence leave for 2.5 million workers

In an historic move more than 2.5 million additional workers will receive paid family and domestic violence leave.

Being an LGBTQI+ employee in a faith-based school

For those who identify as LGBTQI+, working in faith-based schools often includes a level of fear or distress.

Super drained to help house prices soar

Workers forced to raid retirement savings to get on property ladder.

Wages frozen: employees told to wait

Queensland Catholic employers seeking to freeze school officer wages despite the deepening cost of living crisis, with teachers likely to follow.

Condition critical: care crisis sees 1000s strike

Over 7000 aged care workers have walked off the job in protest at the current federal government’s inaction to address workload and low wages within the aged care sector.

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