Evatt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 4, November 2005
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News & views
Chas Savage treats the legislative threat to freedom with contempt.
The assault on Australia's workers
Howard fails the national test, argue Jeff Shaw & Monika Ciolek.
Unfair, un-Australian & immoral, declares Bob Hawke.
There is another way, explains Greg Combet.
Egalitarianism is in the gun, says Belinda Probert.
The right to strike is down the WC, argues Chris White.
John Quiggin finds the claims for micro-reform seriously wanting.
Rowan Cahill remembers when the space for action was enlarged.
Are we opening doors for women, or slamming them shut, asks Susan Ryan.
The state of industrial relations
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
Young people & politics
Generation Y voters are waiting, argues Rebecca Huntley.
What is Hillsong doing right, asks Monika Wheeler.
Focus on the diversity, advises Ariadne Vromen.
Trade unions must be there before work, explains Damian Oliver.
Christopher Sheil reality checks PPPs.
Jay Mandle refigures globalisation.
The State of the States 2005
Focusing on the State of Industrial Relations, order your copy now.
Book launch: The State of the States 2005
Heralding the National Day of Protest, The State of the States 2005 focuses on the State of Industrial Relations and will be launched at NSW Parliament House with the assistance of the President of the Legislative Council, the Hon Dr Meredith Burgmann, in the President's Dining Room on Monday 14 November at 11.30 am for 12 noon. Speakers will include the former NSW Attorney General, the Hon Jeff Shaw QC, the NSW Commissioner for Children and Young people, Gillian Calvert, and the Secretary of Unions NSW, John Robertson. Not to be missed.
National Day of Protest - Your Rights at Work
Australia's biggest ever workers' meeting will take place on 15 November. Get out your colleagues and comrades.
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