A Symposium of Researchers and Trade Unionists co-hosted by the Centre for Future Work and Unions WA.
- Tuesday 30 January 2024
- 5:30pm for 6pm start
- UnionsWA, CSA Building, 445 Hay Street Perth
To coincide with the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) holding its 2024 conference in Perth, the Centre for Future Work and Unions WA are pleased to present a unique and important event for union members, supporters, and activists.
‘Solidarity research for Union Renewal’ brings together cutting-edge researchers and unionists to share their knowledge and wisdom about renewing unions and building solidarity between all workers. Find out how:
- Canadian Health Workers restored their jobs to the public sector
- African unions have fought back against Multinationals
- Australian unions are organising and advocating for migrant workers
The evening will be chaired by Professor Emeritus David Peetz, the Laurie Carmichael Distinguished Research Fellow at the Centre for Future Work – who will also be presenting his research on Developing Union Delegates
This event is FREE, with refreshments, but we need you to register for a ticket here: https://www.unionswa.com.au/solidarity_research_for_union_renewal.
And here is the full program of speakers and topics.
See you in Perth!
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