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1009, 2019

Religious Discrimination Bill 2019

By |September 10th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

IEUA Statement Religious Discrimination Bill 2019 5 September 2019 The Independent Education Union of Australia (IEUA) expresses its serious concerns with the federal government’s draft Religious Discrimination Bill. The IEUA is disappointed at the continuing practice of governments to polarize, disenfranchise and make a ‘whipping post’ of the rights of our members who work in faith-based education. Yet again proposed legislation completely exempts religious schools from allowing their employees the [...]

1206, 2019

Vale Barry McFarlane

By |June 12th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

Vale Barry McFarlane A dedicated teacher, a committed unionist. Barry’s commitment to his profession was underpinned by the inseparable connection between the professional and industrial arms of the profession. Barry recognised and spent a lifetime pursuing the importance of a profession that is respected and resourced to undertake its critical work for the students and therefore the broader community. Barry was a well-loved, highly respected and tremendously regarded teacher, having [...]

805, 2019

Fiji Police Attack Union Members on May Day

By |May 8th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

Fiji Police Attack Union Members on May Day The IEUA stands in solidarity with FTU and FTA members and all other union members in Fiji as they face a further attack on their human rights, their working rights and their rights to union association. Background On International May Day, union members rallied outside the Water Authority Depot, in support of sacked water department workers. Police arrived to inform the group [...]

805, 2019


By |May 8th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY : MORE POWERFUL TOGETHER On International Women’s Day, IEU members call upon employers and governments to take proactive steps to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.   Everyone deserves to be safe at work and in their community. Yet the rates of sexual harassment in Australia are alarming, particularly for women, with 85% having experienced it in their lifetime. Sexual harassment is about more than just individual [...]

1704, 2019

Time’s Up : Urgent Action Needed To End Sexual Harassment At Work – Sexual Harassment is a workplace issue.

By |April 17th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

Rates Of Sexual Harassment In Australia Are Alarming Everyone deserves to be safe at work and in their community, yet the current rates of sexual harassment in the workplace are alarming. According to a recent ACTU survey of nearly 10 000 people, two in three women and one in three men have been subjected to one or more forms of sexual harassment. The survey identified that of 9 607 respondents: [...]

1604, 2019


By |April 16th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

The Independent Education Union of Australia, representing over 75,000 members in non-government education, including early childhood education, faith based and community based schools, and post-secondTHary private education, calls upon all federal political parties to commit to the following matters ahead of the next federal election The Ask

802, 2019

For Member Inquiries; Contact your IEU Branch office in your State

By |February 8th, 2019|Categories: 2019 News|

For IEU Member inquiries regarding workplace matters or membership status, please contact your IEU Branch Office in your State as listed below; New South Wales & CanberraIEU NSW/ACT485-501 Wattle StUltimo Sydney NSW 2007 Phone: (02) 8202 8900  Email: ieu@ieu.asn.auWebpage: www.ieu.asn.au Victoria & Tasmania IEU VIC TAS120 Clarendon StreetSouth Melbourne VIC 3205 Phone: (03) 9254 1860  Email: info@ieuvictas.org.auWebpage: www.ieuvictas.org.au Queensland & Northern TerritoryIEUA - QNT346 Turbot Street, Spring Hill Brisbane QLD [...]




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