Women in Education
AEU Federal Women’s Conference — Advancing our Feminist FuturesOctober 08, 2019
AEU Federal Women’s Conference held in Melbourne on 4-5 October kicked off by exploring the idea of gender justice. Federal Women’s Officer Olivia Brown noted that it is lucky women want gender justice and “equality rather than revenge”.
Women in EducationSeptember 28, 2019
Many students’ opportunities, career options and lives are affected by stereotyping. This is often compounded by a lack of intersectional awareness and assumptions of class, race, Aboriginality, culture, (dis)ability, language or sexuality.
Stories to inspire actionSeptember 25, 2019
The opportunity to be part of a community of teachers where you can express your point of view and have a say in shaping your profession is an uplifting experience, a new book profiling women Federation activists conveys.
Ready to dig deeper for my unionSeptember 22, 2019
Activism runs strong in my veins. I have always felt a strong connection to the union movement.
Rowdy chorus of commonsense requiredSeptember 05, 2019
It’s never been more important for people with commonsense to start using their voices at full bore, writer and social commentator Jane Caro said.
Women’s Conference: 'The Power of our Voices'September 01, 2019
The theme for this year’s Federation’s Women’s Conference was “The Power of our Voices”, with the aim to develop women’s activism and feminism through relevant keynote speakers, a panel session and workshops.
Women in educationAugust 31, 2019
Reproductive Health Care Reform — Decriminalising Abortion
It’s time to close the gender pay gapAugust 28, 2019
As public education teachers we believe in a fair start for all our students.
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