We are calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from female AEU members to participate in this year’s Anna Stewart Program. Please send your EOI to our Women’s Officer Kathryn Lee (CentralOrganiser@aeutas.org.au) by Monday, 22 July 2019. Read more about the program here.
And the prize for best sign goes to...this little guy who is the grandson of a Mt Stuart teacher who is also here with her kids. #strikeforclimatechange ... See MoreSee Less
Chris Haas , great sign making and work with your kids - big, small and tiny ❤️
Educators out in force to support student climate strike rally. ... See MoreSee Less
Great to march alongside the AEU!
Branch Council ready to rally for Climate Change solutions - now! ... See MoreSee Less
To be honest, I'm glad you could proudly go out and strike, but disgusted that you didn't support teachers doing the same. I'm not staying a union member if you can't back us up to climate strike.
Well done guys. Wished I’d come, wouldn’t have injured myself if I had....😞
No update on what you are doing to address our pay and conditions?
4 days ago
Congratulations to Don College students for showing some great leadership and achieving some excellent media coverage of the School Strike 4 Climate this Friday. North West rallies are happening in Burnie, Devonport, Currie and Wynyard!
If you’re in the South, come and join our placard-making session in the Hobart office Thursday afternoon, details in the comments. ... See MoreSee Less
Climate Strike Poster Making this Thursday 3:30pm at AEU Hobart Office: facebook.com/events/497863554343867/
Full article on page 3!
Amazing students! They must be supported by some pretty fabulous educators 😉
A thank you has to go to the staff at Don and some great staff from other schools I met today at the Tasmanian Youth Climate Leaders conference at Burnie High today