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  1. The certainties: In 2015 NTEU keeps advocating for public higher education while Pyne keeps pushing deregulation and funding cuts

    Posted 19 January 2015 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

     

    NTEU members in universities will have returned in the New Year wondering if they had any break at all from Minister for Education Pyne’s relentless efforts to deregulate fees and cut ...

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  2. End of year newsletter

    Posted 24 December 2014 by Jane Maze (ACT Division)

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    Newsletter
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    ACT Union News

    Articles about: a big win on fee deregulation and the next challenge to defeat it completely; farewell to our first full-time Division Secretary; training on reclassification for professional staff and academic freedom; enterprise bargaining at ANU's and

  3. NTEU stands in solidarity with missing Mexican students

    Posted 23 December 2014 by Lachlan Hurse (Qld Division)

    The Queensland Division of the National Tertiary Education Union stands with the movement of unionists and students around the world to express our solidarity with the families of the missing ...

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  4. The real facts about higher education

    Posted 15 December 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, has launched a widespread advertising campaign to promote his higher education policy using television and radio ads as well as posters and a new ...

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    Fact Sheet
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    The real facts about higher education

    • Published: 15 Dec, 2014

  5. The Australian (Nov 26th, 14) "ACU research row boils over"

    Posted 26 November 2014 by Matthew Partridge (Australian Catholic University)

    ACU research row boils over
    ·        THE AUSTRALIAN
    ·        NOVEMBER 26, 2014 12:00AM
    ·...

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  6. eYarn Oct/Nov 2014 edition

    Posted 21 November 2014 by Celeste Liddle (Indigenous)

    We’re nearing the end of the year now with assessment time underway and another National Council done and dusted. We hope the assessment period and end of year is treating everyone well! ...

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  7. ACU academic staff say research time cuts are unfair and unwise.

    Posted 19 November 2014 by Jane Maze (ACT Division)

    A group of very concerned academic members met at the Canberra campus of the Australian Catholic University (ACU) this week to discuss the recently announced research workload allocations for next ...

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  8. Why be a unionist in a university?

    Posted 16 November 2014 by Adam Knobel (NSW Division)

    Raewyn Connell (Professor Emerita, University of Sydney) was honoured with life membership of the Union at the 2014 NTEU National Council in recognition of her role as an active NTEU member and defender of quality, public higher education. 

    One of the many reasons Raewyn was honoured with life membership was her exceptional defence of higher education in her open letter and video to University of Sydney Vice Chancellor, Michael Spence, during NTEU industrial action in 2013. Click here to watch the video.

    After Council, we asked Raewyn to share why she felt it was important for higher education workers to unite and be active in the union.

    "The Union is now where the most creative and well-informed policy discussions about universities are happening. If Australian higher education is to change for the better, much of the thinking will come from the active membership of the NTEU."

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  9. NTEU supports UK HE Union Anti-casualisation Day of Action

    Posted 10 November 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    NTEU the sent the following message of solidarity to UCU (University and College Union UK), which was posted on their Anti-casualisation Day of Action live wall. Take a look at the wall – ...

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  10. Academic Research Workload Allocations

    Posted 5 November 2014 by John Sinclair (Australian Catholic University)

    The Union has been advised that academic staff who have made submissions to the Faculty Research Workload Review Panel (FRWRP) are being advised of their research workload allocation this ...

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