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

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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 has failed to act decisively and to implement key reforms like the Respect@Work recommendations or legislate for paid family and domestic violence leave.

It’s not good enough.You are invited to join us in Hobart’s Franklin Square on International Women’s Day to demand change.

Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) President, Michele O’Neil, is the guest speaker for the event.

Women, men, and non-binary people all welcome.

A free BBQ lunch will be provided. This is an outdoor, COVID safe event.

Get more information and spread the word on Facebook here.

The Launceston Politics in the Pub event will occur from 5.30pm Tuesday March 8 at Royal Oak Hotel.

Over the past year, we’ve seen Scott Morrison turn a blind eye to the issues confronting women at work by failing to act on critical issues like women’s workplace safety and paid family and domestic violence leave.

He’s ignored those who have tried to speak up and drive positive change.

We’re lucky to have Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) President, Michele O’Neil, join us to discuss these issues (and more) at our women’s politics in the pub International Women’s Day event.

Women, men, and non-binary people are all welcome!

Some nibbles will be provided with drinks available for purchase. We look forward to seeing you there.

Get more information and spread the word on Facebook here.

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