The Brisbane Labour History Association and the SEARCH Foundation will co-host a panel discussion on issues affecting women in the workplace. Under the headline banner, ‘Women’s Work’, the discussion will focus on ‘the struggles of women in employment: wage disparity, superannuation, insecure work, discrimination and harassment’. Panel discussants include Ros McLennan, QCU General Secretary, and TJ Ryan Foundation Board member, Dr Linda Colley.
This public event will take place on Saturday, 3 November 2018, from 1PM-5PM at the ETU Head Office, 41 Peel St, South Brisbane. See the event flyer below for further details, or visit the BLHA website linked below for additional information.
- BLHA Women’s Work event flyer »
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