27th May 2015
We will look at and analyze the stories of workers' struggles in the most precarious and difficult working conditions from the past and present. We will look behind the story of "Jobs for Women" campaign of the Wollongon Steel Mills from the 1980s and 1990s that fought gender segregation and united unemployed and immigrant women together with the unions and the local community. We will also take a look at the National Union of Workers campaign for secure work among the immigrant farm workers, following the Four Corners Report "Slaving Away" on ABC. Interview with Godfrey Moase (National Union of Workers) and Robynn Murphy (Jobs for Women, Wollongong).