||Issue No. 214||26 March 2004|
The Security Shift
Interview: Baby Bust
Safety: Dust To Dust
Bad Boss: Shaming in Print
National Focus: Work's Cripplin' Us
International: Bulk Bullies
History: The Battle for Kelly's Bush
Economics: Aid, Trade And Oil
Review: The Art Of Work
Poetry: Sew His Lips Together
But Will He Get the Trains To Run On Time?
Uniting For Peace
Activists What’s On!
Labour Rights and Border Protection
The Evatt Foundation is pleased to announce its new location at the Industrial Relations Research Centre at the University of New South Wales
The Industrial Relations Research Centre and The Evatt Foundation Invite you to attend the launch of
Attempts at a Viable Life on the Temporary Protection Visa
by Nigel Hoffmann
on Thursday, April 1st, 2004 at 5pm in the Jubilee Room, Parliament House, Macquarie Street
The Hon. Dr Meredith Burgmann, MLC
President of the Legislative Council
Launch of Monograph by
John Valder, AO
Patron, Bridge for Asylum Seekers Foundation
Welcome by Associate Professor Lucy Taksa, Director,
Industrial Relations Research Centre
Nigel Hoffmann introduced by Associate Professor Michael Humphrey drinks and nibbles will be served
RSVP by Monday, 29 March 2004
Marie Kwok on (02) 9385 7156
Email: [email protected]
Palm Sunday 2004 - march and rally
4 April, 2004
Assemble Belmore Park, 1pm for march to Hyde Park North
Adelaide International Workplace Conflict Conference - 21-23 April 2004
Holiday Inn on Hindley (formerly the Novotel Adelaide), Hindley Street.
The workplace mirrors the world - dealing with conflict at work
Conflict is a characteristic feature of most workplaces and has many manifestations. Its impacts can be positive or negative. The conference will look at the sources of workplace conflict and its management. It will be of interest to human resource practitioners, advocates, legal practitioners, health professionals, conflict resolution professionals, educators, OHS&W practitioners and representatives, workplace change consultants, unions, employers, government agencies, academics and policy makers.
Dale Bagshaw, University of South Australia, Australia.
Richard Bonneau, Los Angeles Police Department, US.
Pat Ferris, Organisational Consultant, Canada.
Eric Lee, LabourStart, UK.
Patricia Mannix McNamara, University of Limerick, Ireland
Mark Thomson, Author, Australia.
Dieter Zapf, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany.
Privacy & Confidentiality - "Email is Forever"
Workplace Cultures & Managerial Fundamentalism
Workplace Grievance & Dispute Procedures
Training for Managing Conflict
Conference Registration Information:
Registration fee: $545
More information, including registration forms, can be found at the conference web site:
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WHEN WORKERS UNITE - FOUNDATIONS OF TOMORROW
An exhibition of banners, badges and posters produced by trade unions, and original artworks by Jeff Rigby highlighting the strong historical role unions have played in the creation and conservation of our built environment, whilst May Day materials emphasise the workers' achievements in gaining and maintaining the rights and conditions of those who built it.
From: 1st May to 16th May 2003 at Braemar Gallery, 104 Macquarie Rd, Springwood
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm
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