President’s Job Agency Diary

AUWU advocacy services are a life-line for unemployed workers. For many in the employment services system, there is nowhere else to turn. As an unfunded advocacy service run entirely by unemployed volunteers, responding to every advocacy call and email is a challenge. Over the past few months, there has been an unprecedented demand for our service. Join our Melbourne advocacy mentorship program and help us make sure everyone who contacts the AUWU advocacy services gets

A seat at the table

Posted by Simone Casey on  May 26, 2019

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Category: Announcements, Blog
It has been a long road for the AUWU to get a seat at the table with the federal Dept of Jobs to represent unemployed workers. For unemployed workers, this meeting was a watershed which, along with the jobactive and ParentsNext Senate Inquiries, means that our voices are finally being heard. This joint meeting was convened because AUWU President Owen Bennett had asked for the opportunity to discuss ways to distribute AUWU Rights Guides. This

Details of Upcoming Trainings

Posted by AUWU on  April 7, 2019

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Category: Announcements
It was clear from this week’s budget that the only way we are going to get our voices heard is if we are organised. That is why the AUWU are conducting our first ever series of free National Trainings over the next week. These three training sessions will be held in Melbourne, Sydney and streamed online. Please sign up to these trainings to learn how to get more involved in the AUWU. Remember, these trainings

Volunteer Induction RSVP, 8 April

Posted by AUWU on  April 1, 2019

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Category: Announcements

Advocacy Training Day RSVP, 15 April

Posted by AUWU on  April 1, 2019

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Category: Announcements