University of South Australia reaches agreement
From the Secretary
I am pleased to inform NTEU members across SA that the University of South Australia will soon be balloting for a new Enterprise ...
Please consider signing the Open Letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott protesting the Government’s current policy towards asylum seekers.
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.
Freedom is not just another word*
Academic freedom is the freedom to conduct research, teach, speak and publish, subject to the norms and standards of scholarly inquiry, without interference ...
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 ...
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 ...
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
At the AlterNet web site you can find an edited transcript of remarks given by Noam Chomsky via Skype on 4 February 2014 to a gathering of members and allies of the Adjunct Faculty Association of the ...
On Friday the 7th of March join us on the South Australian State Library Lawns to celebrate International Women's Day!
The march will begin with a speech for special guest Lucky Giire, the launch of ...