In an historic move, the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) voted today to spend $1 million on an election campaign to defend higher education in the September federal election.
NTEU National Council protests against dumb cuts to university funding at Parliament House, Canberra
This morning, 120 NTEU National Council delegates meeting in Canberra protested outside Parliament House against the cuts to university funding.
Jeannie Rea, National NTEU President, said that ...
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) has welcomed the announcement by the Australian Greens today that it will campaign against the latest cuts to university funding and student support made ...
The NTEU Analysis of the 2013-14 Federal Budget, prepared by National Policy and Research Coordinator Paul Kniest, is now available for download:
This analysis clearly demonstrates that:
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The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) today warned that Federal Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, is hiding the range and breadth of funding cuts planned by the Coalition should it win ...
The following messages of support for the NTEU national protest today were received from ACTU President Ged Kearney and Andrew Vickers, General Secretary of the CFMEU Mining and Energy Division:
The NTEU is urging everyone who cares about higher education to join national protests tomorrow (Tuesday 14 May), to coincide with the Federal Government bringing down its budget.
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