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  1. Bargaining State of Play, March 2014

    Posted 20 March 2014 by Grahame McCulloch (NTEU National Office)

    The end of 2013 saw a number of breakthroughs in negotiations at universities including Tasmania, RMIT, Charles Darwin, Murdoch and ANU.  

    Seventeen NTEU-endorsed Agreements have been finalised, with bargaining at a number of other sites progressing well. However, there are a significant number of universities where progress has stalled, forcing Branches to consider taking industrial action.

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  2. Freedom is not just another word

    Posted 20 March 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    Academic freedom is the freedom to conduct research, teach, speak and publish, subject to the norms and standards of scholarly inquiry, without interference or penalty, wherever the search for truth ...

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    Advocate, March 2014

    Vol 21, no. 1.

  3. Latest issue of Connect, vol 7. no. 1

    Posted 17 March 2014 by Paul Clifton (Uni Casual)

    The March 2014 issue of Connect, the NTEU and CAPA magazine for casual academics, is now available online.

    This issue is jam packed with stories, advice and opinions from causal academics across the ...

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    Connect, March 2014

    NTEU & CAPA magazine for casual and sessional academic staff. Vol. 7, no. 1

  4. NUS National Day of Action: Wednesday 26 March 2014

    Posted 14 March 2014 by Courtney Sloane (NTEU National Office)

    The National Union of Students has called a NDA on 26 March to protest the Abbott Government’s repressive agenda for higher education.

    NTEU supports students taking action to protest cuts to ...

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  5. Latest issue of Advocate (vol. 21 no. 1) is now online

    Posted 13 March 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The latest edition of the Advocate (vol. 21, no. 1) is now online at www.nteu.org.au/advocate.
     
    The magazine is available as an online e-mag (with high resolution zooming, browsing and print functions, click here to view) or as a PDF download

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  6. Latest issue of Australian Universities' Review now online

    Posted 27 February 2014 by Ian Dobson (NTEU National Office)

    The latest issue of Australian Universities' Review, vol. 56, no. 1, is now available online. 

    For members who have opted in to subscribe, your copy will arrive in the mail shortly.

    If you ...

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    Australian Universities' Review vol. 56, no. 1

    Cover photograph: University of Adelaide at night, by Chad Mauger. ©2012

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  7. Universities Australia conference from the casual academic perspective

    Posted 26 February 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    With Universities Australia’s 2014 Higher Education Conference starting today, we are happy to also welcome a new social media project that focuses upon higher education issues from casual, ...

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  8. University funding

    Posted 24 January 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    “University planning is far too important to be left solely to market forces”

    NTEU in Times HES on the impact of deregulating university places

    Late last year the UK Conservative ...

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  9. Unions pay tribute to Nelson Mandela as a man of peace and AN inspirational figure of justice and equality

    Posted 6 December 2013 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    Australian unions are today mourning the death of Nelson Mandela, a towering figure of the twentieth century and an inspirational figurehead for equality and justice across the globe.

    “Today, ...

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  10. Media Release: Labor shows strong support for universities and their students

    Posted 3 December 2013 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) congratulates the Labor Opposition on its decision today to oppose Christopher Pyne’s damaging funding cuts to Australian universities and their ...

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