Join an AEU advisory Group

Your AEU has 20 advisory groups available for you to get involved in, spanning across a range of topics and areas, all with a dedicated Union leader steering meetings. If there is an advisory group you might be interested in getting involved in, please call 62349500 or email  Our advisory groups are a great […]

International Women’s Day Hobart + Women’s politics in the pub Launceston

This International Women’s Day we are raising our voices for women’s workplace safety, for an end to discrimination, and for equity at work. The Hobart event will take place 12.30pm March 8 at Franklin Square, Hobart. Despite a year where women’s safety in our community and our workplaces was in the spotlight, the Morrison Government […]

AEU proud to march in Pride parade

AEU members and staff were all too proud to join people from Tasmania’s LGBTIQ+ community parading for a more inclusive society. Hobart’s annual TasPride Parade saw hundreds storm the city’s streets shining a colourful light on Tasmania’s growing LGBTIQ+ community. Flying the AEU flag through the parade alongside union member Kirsten Bacon was AEU Organiser […]

Tasmanian schools embracing outdoor learning

Classrooms across the state are taking advantage of outdoor learning opportunities. With COVID preparedness ramping up at schools around Tasmania, a number of classes – where possible – are reporting the benefits of outdoor learning. Port Sorell Primary School teacher and AEU Rep Gelisa Mearns said her class makes use of their school’s outdoor learning […]

 Morrison missing for working women 

The Australian Council of Trade Unions has this month released “Morrison Missing – A Record of his Failure for Working Women” – a major report outlining how the Morrison Government has failed to support working women.  The report shows that under the Morrison Government, women in the workplace:  • Earn on average $483.30 less per […]

AEU Reps gather for COVID, EBA briefings

 AEU Reps are this term taking part in virtual AEU briefings covering COVID responses in schools and colleges, as well as the AEU campaign for new Agreements. The briefings, designed to keep members updated on current matters, are running across Weeks 4 and 5 and include updates from AEU Tasmania President David Genford and your AEU organisers. […]

Welcome all new AEU student members

The AEU welcomes all new student union members who signed up during university O-Week. AEU organisers visited Utas campuses across the state last month as new education students became acquainted with university life. AEU student membership is free and a great way to start your career, with access to support and resources. Pictured are Bachelor […]