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Posted on 23 June 2016

The code of conduct and political activity

The code of conduct and political activity

With federal and Territory elections approaching, many members have asked about your right to be involved in political campaigns and express political opinions, and how these are affected by your responsibility as a public servant. We have produced the following advice (with thanks to the CPSU, from which much of this information is drawn) for our members employed in the NT public sector. Remember that this is general advice and does not cover all scenarios. If you have a question, contact the union.

Posted on 16 June 2016

School funding and the federal election

School funding and the federal election

With voting now underway for the federal election, it is important to look closely at the commitments of the major parties on education. Malcolm Turnbull confirmed with the federal budget that his Coalition government is abandoning the Gonski needs-based funding model for schools. He has committed an additional $1.2 billion over three years beginning in 2018.

Posted on 03 June 2016

A new way of keeping you informed

A new way of keeping you informed

In the past 12 months, the AEU NT Branch has worked very assiduously to improve our communication with our members, the media and the wider public.

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