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Stand with Palestinian workers in Gaza

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30 July 2014 Stand with Palestinian workers in Gaza: a call for trade union solidarity The Palestinian trade union movement, with support from with support from the Congress of South African Trade Unions and its affiliates, is unanimously calling on … Continue reading

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NTEU Sydney University statement on Gaza

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30 July 2014, from National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) Sydney University Branch Motion to condemn Israel’s attack on Gaza That this meeting of NTEU members of the Sydney University Branch: strongly condemns Israel’s attack on the Gaza strip; notes that … Continue reading

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ETU statement on Gaza

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30 July 214, Media Release from Electrical Trades Union National Office ETU Statement on Gaza Conflict The ETU Divisional Council has publicly condemned Israel’s current actions in Gaza. Further, the ETU demands that the Australian Council of Trade Unions show … Continue reading

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CFMEU Victoria statement on Gaza

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16 July 2014, from CFMEU Construction & General Division, Victoria-Tasmania Branch Statement on current Israel-Palestine conflict by Shaun Reardon, CFMEU Assistant Secretary. “For over 100 years, construction unions have played a central role in opposing injustice and defending the rights … Continue reading

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Union aid supplies on way to Gaza

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23 July 2014, from Maritime Union of Australia As its first lorryload of medical supplies begins its journey to Gaza, the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation), again backed calls for an immediate ceasefire there. The ITF has organised a programme … Continue reading

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VTHC statement on Gaza

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25 July 2014 Victorian Trades Hall Council The Victorian Trades Hall Council Executive meeting on Friday 25 July unanimously passed this resolution, proposed by Kevin Bracken (Maritime Union of Australia, Victoria Branch). That this meeting of the Victorian Trades Hall … Continue reading