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  1. NTEU stands in solidarity with our colleagues in Turkey

    Posted 21 July 2017 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    Persecution of Academics for Peace escalates

    At least 23,427 academics have either lost their jobs at universities when their contracts were terminated or were dismissed from their positions, or ...

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  2. Latest issue of Advocate out now

    Posted 10 July 2017 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The latest edition of Advocate (vol. 24, no. 2) is now available online. A PDF download is available here, or read the hi-res emag online.

    Are we sailing into the perfect ...

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    Advocate, July 2017

    "Pay More, Get Less"
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  3. Breakthrough for long-term casual workers - but not in higher education

    Posted 6 July 2017 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

      

    This week’s Fair Work Commission (FWC) decision will allow casual workers who can prove they have worked regular hours for a year to request conversion to permanent employment. It ...

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  4. Position Vacant: NSW Division Industrial Officer (15 month contract)

    Posted 21 June 2017 by Joanne Riley (NTEU National Office)

    The NTEU (NSW) is seeking to employ a full-time Industrial Officer for a period of 15 months on a fixed-term contract to replace a staff member who is going on Maternity Leave. The position, whilst ...

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  5. Uluru Statement - from the heart: What now for Recognise?

    Posted 30 May 2017 by Adam Frogley (Indigenous)

    By Adam Frogley, NTEU National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Coordinator and Taungurung man from the Kulin Nations.

    The 26th of May also known as national Sorry Day, a day of sorrow for ...

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  6. Budget Analysis 2017-18 Indigenous Student Success Program

    Posted 22 May 2017 by Adam Frogley (Indigenous)

    Federal Budget 2017-18 - Analysis Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP)

    The release of the 2017-18 Federal Budget in Canberra on the 9th of May 2017 has seen the continuation of major change ...

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    Budget Analysis 2017-18 Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP)

    Budget analysis of the Indigenous Student Success Program and former budget lines including the ISP, CSP and ITAS-TT
  7. Turnbull Government's Higher Education Reform Package 1 May 2017

    Posted 3 May 2017 by Paul Kniest (NTEU National Office)

    Turnbull Government’s Higher Education Reforms

    May 2017

    Please download the NTEU’s initial analysis of the Turnbull government’s package higher education reforms released by the ...

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  8. Murdoch Senate letter writing campaign

    Posted 28 March 2017 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    Thank you for the almost 600 responses to my invitation to write letters to the members of Murdoch University Senate expressing concerns about the application for termination of the Enterprise ...

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  9. Statement of Professional Staff NTEU representatives on current UNSW Change Proposals

    Posted 27 March 2017 by Kiraz Janicke (University of New South Wales)

    Statement of Professional Staff NTEU representatives on current UNSW Change Proposals 

    NTEU Professional Staff representatives express our profound disappointment about the absence of ...

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  10. What's wrong with trimesters? NTEU UNSW Newsletter Semester 1 2017

    Posted 10 March 2017 by Kiraz Janicke (University of New South Wales)

    A critical view of the UNSW3+ New Academic Calendar, plus we examine the exerience of trimesters elsewhere and ask student representatives what they think of the plan...

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    What's wrong with trimesters? NTEU UNSW Newsletter Semester 1 2017

    • Published: 10 Mar, 2017
    • Issue: Semester 1
    A critical view of the UNSW3+ New Academic Calendar, plus we examine the experience of trimesters elsewhere. and ask student representatives what they think of the plan...
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