- Avoid UK labour law pitfalls
Posted on Tuesday, November 11th, 2008 in Collective Bargaining – Comments: (0)Kingâ€™s College professor of law Keith Ewing drew parallels between Australia and the UK experience following the introduction of new union recognition laws by the Blair Government in his speech to the seminar.
- Education campaign for our future
Posted on Wednesday, November 12th, 2008 in Public Policy – Comments: (0)From the Australian Education Union. In Australia the federal government shares responsibility with state and territory governments for funding schools. Money is provided for both the ongoing operations of schools and for the capital works (new buildings and equipment) that schools need.
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Chris has worked in the trade union movement for 30 years and researches on left politics, union issues and China labour law. He lives in Darwin.
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