Women in Education
Union campaigning is a time investment worth your whileFebruary 11, 2020
In keeping with the idea that you should give your time to the things that make the biggest difference, devote some of your time to participating in Federation activities, says member activist Guv Johal
Members campaign for crucial leave provision for all workersDecember 18, 2019
The We Won’t Wait domestic violence campaign continues to lobby for paid family and domestic violence (FDV) leave included in the National Employment Standards.
Women in educationDecember 11, 2019
Returning to work after maternity leave requires planning.
Women in EducationNovember 02, 2019
If a teacher chooses to breastfeed or express milk in the workplace on return from maternity leave, Departmental guidelines exist to support their wish.
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.