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Day of the Seafarer
— July 02, 2015
Day of the Seafarer - The International Day of the Seafarer is an official day of observance by the United Nations, marked annually on 25 June.
Hands OFF Bob Carnegie
— February 18, 2013
The support for Bob Carnegie has swept Australia, from coast to coast. Now, the International Trade Union Confederation has made it clear that the global trade union movement will back up the community support for Bob Carnegie.
Funds For Palestine - MUA Youth Action
— December 03, 2016
The MUA Sydney Youth Committee hosted the event on Friday September 9, to help raise awareness about the Palestinian struggle for human rights.
CSL Melbourne Raid
— February 16, 2016
The Turnbull Government’s attack on workers has seen 50 armed police ordered onto the CSL Melbourne in Newcastle to remove five crew members.
National Stevedoring Code Of Practice - Sign On NOW
Jamie McMechan MUA
— August 20, 2013
National Stevedoring Code Of Practice NSCOP - Maritime Union Of Australia MUA http://nscop4life.org.au/ SIGN ON NOW
Cutting OFF The Oil
— December 17, 2013
It's the little known story of the global campaign against apartheid: how a small band of maritime workers, led by key leaders and activists of the Seaman's Union of Australia, cut off the oil to the racist regime in South Africa.
Hugli Spirit Protest
— January 28, 2015
The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) is angry to see the final voyage of the Hugli Spirit, with 36 Australian crew on board. The crew agreed to sail the vessel on Monday morning, after a tense 24 hour standoff, ahead of scheduled high level meetings between the union and Teekay to discuss Temporary Licence cargo and the possibility of that cargo being carried by the Hugli Spirit or a replacement vessel.
WikiLeaks And Freedom - John Pilger
— August 09, 2013
Breaking Australia's Silence - WikiLeaks And Freedom was a public forum held on 16th March 2011 at the Sydney Town Hall. This event was staged by the Sydney Peace Foundation, Amnesty, Stop The War Coalition, and supported by the City of Sydney. Speakers included John Pilger, Andrew Wilkie mp and Julian Burnside QC.
May Day Parade
— July 13, 2013
May Day is celebrated in Australia and globally as a day to recognise international worker solidarity and acknowledge the sacrifices made by working women and men around the globe for better conditions and pay.
MUA Rising - Hutchison Protest
— August 10, 2015
Hutchison’s Ports Protest Rally was a tremendous event with workers from all sectors of the industry, community members, politicians, and a host of out fraternal unions taking the fight up to Hutchison's doors at Port Botany.
Women in Male Dominated Industries
— March 16, 2016
There are many struggles for women in the workplace and when that workplace is male dominated the struggles are more amplified. Biannually Women in Male Dominated Occupations and Industries (WIMDOI) gather to discuss these struggles and form initiatives on how to overcome issues both in the workplace and at home.
Cyclone Pam Appeal - Vanuatu
— April 30, 2015
Ni-Vanuatu are an optimistic bunch, even in the wake of Cyclone Pam, one of the biggest natural disasters to have struck the South Pacific archipelago. Despite their resilience though, our neighbours need our help.
Will Tracey Speaks on May Day
— May 07, 2014
Maritime Union of Australia - Assistant Branch Secretary Will Tracey speaks at the May Day Rally held in Oakland California USA.
International Women's Day 2015
— March 31, 2015
A video for International Women's Day 2015 by the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA).
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