Unions Tas Women’s Conference

If you’re a female union member, delegate, activist or staff member we hope you’ll come along to the 2019 Unions Tasmania Women’s Conference in August!

Here are the key details:

There’s free parking at the Hockey Centre and lunch is provided!



Aug 23 2019


All of the day


Tasmanian Hockey Centre
19 Bell St, New Town TAS 7008


Unions Tasmania
03 6216 7600
Booking information

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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

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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

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Great to march alongside the AEU!

So good!

Branch Council ready to rally for Climate Change solutions - now! ... See MoreSee Less

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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?

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.
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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

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