Let’s beat One Nation’s bigoted BillFebruary 23, 2021
Submissions to One Nation’s Education Bill close this Sunday and Federation encourages members to make an online submission “via survey” before the opportunity is gone.
Penguin partners lead Mardi Gras messageFebruary 10, 2021
Who better to tip a bouquet of ice on a discriminatory policy against diversity than a pair of loved-up penguins?
Sea Life and Wild Life member offerDecember 15, 2020
Members can access both SEA LIFE and WILD LIFE this summer for FREE.
Federation joins 90 community groups to oppose One Nation billNovember 06, 2020
The New South Wales Teachers Federation has joined with a large number of community groups to oppose legislation on ‘religious freedoms’ put before State Parliament by One Nation.
Union walks the rights road with LGBTIQ membersOctober 29, 2020
“All people must have equal rights,” declared Federation’s 1978 Sexual Discrimination policy.
Federation joins celebrations for Wear it Purple DaySeptember 09, 2020
Federation joined more than 750 schools and universities as well as a range community organisations, corporations and government departments to recognise and celebrate Wear It Purple Day on 28 August.
Wear It Purple Day celebrates 10 years!August 25, 2020
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wear It Purple Day, an initiative set up by young people to recognise that LGBTIQ (Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Intersex and Queer/Questioning) young people have the right to be who they are, and can be proud of who they are.
Proposed Education Bill has wide reaching ramificationsAugust 18, 2020
Legislation was recently introduced in the NSW Parliament that seeks to change the way teachers support the wellbeing of students and the subject material that can be covered in classes.
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