1. ICTE singing at Nov 19 Rally

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    NTEU Members working in ICTE at the University of Queensland went on strike, along with workers from other areas of the University, during Enterprise Bargaining negotiations after being asked to increase their contact hours by 20%.

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    • Pyne promised no plan to remove caps on university places

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      On the ABC's "7.30" in July 2013, then Opposition Education Spokesman Christopher Pyne stated that the Liberals had "no plans to restore the cap" on university places. But just days into being Education Minister, Pyne has announced a review into the caps on university places.

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      • Staff working conditions are student learning conditions

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        We are in crucial point in our campaign to secure a new Enterprise Agreement for staff at the University of Sydney. We have secured important wins on many issues, but it is proving difficult to secure a fair wage outcome for staff. The NTEU has called a rolling 72 hour strike starting on 8 October. Join us on the pickets on 8, 9 and 10 October from 7am to tell university management that staff deserve a fair pay offer.

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        • 4% is the only fair offer

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          ‘The [USyd] surplus for 2012 was $137m ($88.5m for 2011)… The largest increase in revenue over the last five years was in 2012’ NSW Auditor General, Report on University of Sydney 2013, pp. 87–8. Sydney University is rich. Managers award themselves huge bonuses, but refuse to invest in staff. Because of the dating of management’s pay offer, their figure of 2.9% represents a real pay cut. Management is asking us to work harder, but wants to leave us worse off.

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          • why we need to go on strike

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            Staff at the University of Sydney will be on strike on June 5 to protest against continuing attacks on working conditions and to secure a fair collective work agreement. Previous strike action has secured an impressive series of wins but some core issues remain unresolved. We've been able to reinstate the commitments to intellectual freedom and anti-discrimination that management wanted to remove, introduce a progressive target for Indigenous employment, restore the quantified proportion of research in academic workloads, and, with the introduction of Scholarly Teaching Fellow and Early Career Development positions, put limits on the increasing trend to make insecure casual employment the default at the University. But, as this video explains, there is still more to do if we are to protect our jobs and the quality of students' education. We need to go on strike on June 5 to - secure fair and transparent processes for major changes to employment arrangements - guarantee the retention of independent review committees - guarantee the union's ability to have a presence on campus - ensure management commits to a General Staff Development fund - protect our existing leave provisions - place caps on fixed term employment

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            • Uni Cuts, Dumb Cuts - Adelaide Rally May 14 2013

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              Staff and students from South Australia's three universities rallied on May 14 to oppose cuts to Higher Education.

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              • Nell

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                Nell Rundle, Vice-President of the NTEU Tasmanian Division speaks about professional staff issues.

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                • Uni Cuts, Dumb Cuts protest - Canberra [long version] - 14 May 2013

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                  NTE, NUS & CAPA 'Uni Cuts, Dumb Cuts' protest at ANU on Tuesday 14 May 2013. Long version. Video by Lachlan McLennan.

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                  • Dumb Cuts protest - Canberra - 14 May 2013

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                    NTE, NUS & CAPA 'Uni Cuts, Dumb Cuts' protest at ANU on Tuesday 14 May 2013. Video by Lachlan McLennan.

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                    • Uni Cuts, Dumb Cuts protest - Melbourne - 14 May 2013

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                      NTEU, NUS and CAPA protest agains the 'Uni Cuts, Dumb Cuts' in Melbourne on Tuesday 14 May 2013. Members, students and others met at State Library, then marched down Swanston St to Federation Square.

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