Working Women’s Charter 2009
AUT Conference Centre (WA224),
Auckland University of Technology, City Campus,
55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland.
For a celebration, a history and action plan.
It is now 30 years since the Working Women’s Charter was adopted by the Federation of Labour Conference as policy. It had an immediate effect on conditions of work for women and on women’s participation in unions.
Join the Auckland Labour History Group on Wednesday 27 May at a seminar which will:
Establish an historical record of the Working Women’s Charter 1980s campaign
Celebrate that achievement
Take unfinished business from the Charter forward into the economic challenges we are facing. Globally, women are likely to be hard hit by the changes.
Anyone is welcome to attend. We are hoping that it will also be a union occasion so that any action plan can be taken forward into the whole union movement.
Registration: $50.00 (Waged), $25.00 (unwaged), $25.00 each (Groups of three or more)
For full details of the programme and speakers, and to register, download the seminar flyer here.
For more information, email Gay Simpkin or phone 06 815 1873
“Generous sponsorship for this seminar has been received from the Auckland University of Technology, NZ Council of Trade Unions, New Zealand Educational Institute, Tertiary Education Union, Post Primary Teachers’ Association, AIL of New Zealand, and Public Service Association.”