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2012 Academic Staffing figures show women still under represented at top level; Academic workforce ageing faster than ever
The Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE) has released the 2012 staffing figures, and as always, there is some interesting data.
The 2012 edition of NTEU women's magazine, Agenda, is now available!
This issue is packed with stories from the NTEU/NUS revival of Bluestocking Week, plus articles on the current round of ...
Please see below a message from President Jeannie Rea and National Office, thanking everyone who made Bluestocking week such a resounding success for NTEU!
Dear WAC, Division ...
The average woman has to work until this Sunday, 2 September to earn as much as the average man did in the last financial year - an extra 64 days. This Sunday, Equal Pay Day will highlight the ...
In the 2011 issue of Agenda, we reported on the Government’s Review of Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace (EOWW) Act, and the Equal Opportunity for Women Agency (EOWA). The purpose of ...
Tags: women, equal opportunities, EOWA, EOWWA
A summary of the new rules around equal opportunity, and an outlined of the new improvements mean.
Equal Pay Day, initiated by EOWA in 2008, is an annual event to highlight the serious issue of gender pay inequity. The date is calculated on the average number of extra days a woman would have to ...
University women from across Melbourne weren’t afraid of showing a bit of leg for Bluestocking Week, 13-17 August, re-launched today (Friday 10 August) at the State Library of Victoria by the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and the National Union of Students (NUS).
NTEU National President, Jeannie Rea, told the crowd that Bluestocking Week had previously been held in campuses across Australia from the 1980s through to the last decade when the Howard Government’s anti-student organisation legislation killed off most student activities.
“This was a real loss because Bluestocking Week drew attention to what women had won and were still fighting for in higher education. It was not just about access and numbers of women at universities, but also about what was being taught and researched, and by
University women in Melbourne will don blue stockings for a rally on the steps of the State Library of Victoria next Friday 10 August, 10.30am for 11am.
National Tertiary Education Union ...
Bluestocking Week Lunch at CQUniversity in Rockhampton, Queensland
Women at CQU (Rockhampton) are kicking off Bluestocking Week with a celebratory lunch, to be held on Thursday 9th August, ...