Peace and Environment
Wear yellow to support student climate strikeSeptember 17, 2020
Student climate activists are holding another action on 25 September, the last day of term 3.
Student climate activists continue to lead from the frontAugust 20, 2020
The national network of school student climate activists, School Strike 4 Climate Australia, has begun planning their next mass action, the Build our Future: Climate Justice & Jobs National Day of Action on Friday 25 September.
Passionate allies connect to make a difference in the worldAugust 14, 2020
Federation colleagues with an interest in unity, climate, habitat and global affairs can join with members who have similar concerns via the union’s Peace, Environment and International Issues Special Interest Group.
Post-pandemic recovery must include action on climate changeMay 27, 2020
“If not now, when?”
Join the Palm Sunday Peace Rally for RefugeesMarch 16, 2020
This year’s Palm Sunday Peace Rally for Refugees will call on the Federal Government to offer permanent protection and the chance of family reunion to all refugees and those seeking asylum.
Tree Levy provides real growthMarch 09, 2020
An oasis of native trees, shrubs and grasses has flourished at an inner Sydney school after it received a Tree Levy Grant from Federation eight years ago.
Peace prize makes powerful pointDecember 01, 2019
There’s a shift underway in relation to the Sam Lewis Peace Prize.
Next generation represents a climate for changeOctober 27, 2019
The level of engagement by NSW school students during the recent Global Climate Strike is a credit to the awareness of a generation of young people being educated in public schools – the people who will inherit whatever earth we leave them.
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