University of Technology Sydney
Do support the students by participating in their activities and also assuring students participating that they will not be penalised for non-attendance in class.
Events are being organised across ...
“Dumb cuts – dumber country.” Union appeals to University Vice Chancellors over $2.3b cuts to higher education
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) is appealing to Australian universities not to cut staff as a result of the $900 million ‘efficiency dividend’ cuts announced on the weekend ...
“The NTEU applauds increased government investment in education and welcomes the school education reforms. However, this should not come at the cost of public investment in universities and ...
At this session on 26 March open to all UTS staff, NTEU representatives discussed:
- concerns about the ...
The NTEU UTS Branch is holding members’ meetings as follows:
Date: Thursday 11 April
Date: Tuesday 16 April
NTEU La Trobe Branch Committee sends a message of solidarity and support to University of Sydney staff who have conducted a 24 hour strike and have just now completed a successful 48 hour strike.
It is the day after the 48-hour strike at Sydney University and I’m reflecting on the strength and passion of NTEU members.
We care deeply about the future of the higher education sector. This is why addressing insecure employment is a key claim for NTEU members in this round of bargaining.
It is also why the decision to take industrial action is never made lightly. Only after careful consideration—and following very poor response from management—do we take action.
I want to share with you an inspiring video made by Sydney University staff, so you can hear first hand why they decided to take action to protect the university.
Dear Michael - An open letter to the Vice Chancellor
This campaign is not just about Sydney University—these are issues we are facing right across the sector.
Because of this, I’m asking you to share this video with your friends, colleagues and networks. Help us distribute this very clear message: As staff, we are the people building universities for the 21st century—in practice as well as in imagination.
You can view this video, and the open letters they are based on, on our Sydney University Branch website.
The National Tertiary Education Union has called upon their academic members not to penalise students missing class to participate in today's protest rallies organised by the National ...