|Issue No 87||10 March 2001|
Web Pioneer Goes Global
One of the pioneers of virtual trade unionism in Australia, the CEPU's Dan Dwyer, is taking up a prestigious international posting.
Dwyer, who has produced the movement's longest-running e-bulletin, has been appointed Telecom Director, Asia Pacific Region Union Network International as the. I have accepted the position and will resign from my employed position within CEPU.
The appointment comes after 16 years in the local trade union movement representing Telecom officers through a series of amalgamations.
His first bulletin was sent on 22 May 1996, and he reckons he would have sent about 250 since then (making Workers Online look like a pup!)
Dwyer says that in his new role, he will continue the struggle of employees in the Telecom areas for better and safer workplaces.
Interview: Working Woman
Cheryl Kernot on women in the workplace, Labor's male culture and where Meg went wrong.
Activists: Honouring Our Heroes
Anna Stewart changed the lives of Australian working families by helping women achieve balance between the competing demands of work and family.
Women: The Future is Female
Julia Gillard outlines the campaign to increase female representation within the Australian Labor Party.
Unions: Sweatshops Ė Beyond 2001
FairWear convenor Debbie Carstens looks over a unique partnership between churches and unions to end exploitation in the textile industry.
Politics: The Battle for Bennelong
Many trade unionists are working to kick John Howard out of office. But only one woman has a chance of kicking him out of his own seat. Meet Nicole Campbell.
International: Border Skirmishes
Alana Kerr travelled to Thailand to observe first hand the battle to organise Burmese women workers in exile.
History: Inside the Ladies Lounge
The McDonald sisters run Trades Hall, and have for over half a century. The building canít speak about what has gone on in that time, but Lorna and Elaine probably know it all.
Satire: Taliban to Put One Nation Last
The Parliamentary fate of Pauline Hansonís One Nation party was further obscured today as key fellow right-wing extremists moved to distance themselves from the controversial Queensland politician and the group she founded and leads.
Review: Seven Steps to Slavation
Jenny Macklin details the seven barriers that stand between women and a better working life.
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