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July 2017

Living Wage AGM – Wellington

July 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
NZNO, Level 3, 57 Willis Street, Level 3, 57 Willis Street
Wellington, New Zealand
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Please come along to the Annual General Meeting of Living Wage Movement Aotearoa New Zealand. We’ll be joined by guest speaker Alan Freeman who will share his experience with organising for a Living Wage in London.

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September 2017

National Executive Youth Representative: Expressions of interest close today

September 10 @ 5:00 pm

Are you: 35 years old or under? A financial member of E tū, and have been for a year? A strong believer in union values? Passionate about getting young people engaged with unions? A voice for young working people? If this sounds like you, we think you should put in an expression of interest for the role of E tū National Youth Representative! Previous union experience, like being a workplace delegate, would be advantageous, but is not essential. As the…

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Early voting period

September 11 @ 9:00 am - September 22 @ 5:00 pm

In this election, it’s just as important as ever for working people to turn out and have our voices heard. There is so much on the line, including housing, education, transport, and of course our wages, conditions, and rights at work. This year you can vote any day in the two weeks leading up till the election. Early voting opens on 11 September and goes right through to 22 September, the day before Election Day. Get it done and dusted…

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Suffrage Day Celebration – Auckland

September 19 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Auckland Suffrage Memorial, Te Ha o Hine Place (formerly: Lower Khartoum Place)
Auckland, New Zealand
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NCWNZ (National Council of Women NZ) Auckland Branch invite you and your friends to join us as we celebrate 124 years of NZ women having the vote. Suffrage Day is a chance to celebrate the achievements of NZ women from winning the right to vote in 1893 until now. Much has been achieved but much remains to be done to achieve real gender equality in Aotearoa/NZ. NCWNZ is leading work to achieve gender equality. Come and join us, 4 days…

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Election Day

September 23 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

If you haven't voted already, today is your last chance.

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October 2017

E tū anniversary

October 7

E tū is officially two years old! It’s time to celebrate.

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Geneva claims meetings

October 9 @ 8:00 am - October 27 @ 5:00 pm

We are about to start the work with Geneva Healthcare to negotiate the first ever collective employment agreement. E tū and PSA members can come to one-hour paid meetings and vote on the issues we raise on your behalf based on union members survey feedback, who attends the bargaining on your behalf and the process to accept or reject the outcome of talks. You’re welcome to attend these meetings if you’re a not yet a union member and find out…

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Labour Day

October 23

Labour Day was originally a celebration of winning the eight-hour working day - something Kiwis were among the first to do thanks to worker activist Samuel Parnell in 1840. Workers and unions first celebrated Labour Day in New Zealand in October 1890, with many unionists and supporters parading in the main centres. Government employees were even given the day off to attend the parades and many businesses closed for at least part of the day. The tradition has continued and…

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