Stick Together

Wednesday 8:30am to 9:00am
Australia's only national radio show focusing on industrial, social and workplace issues. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.

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Annie McLoughlin, Denis Rogatyuk and Elena McMaster

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Visas, Free Trade Deals & Job Quality

Abbot Government policies are gutting labour standards in Australia with temporary work visas & 'Free Trade Deals' removing the basis for quality jobs.
1 Jul 2015
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Cleaners’ dispute, Unemployed Workers action and industrial struggle in Ireland

The campaign for the rights of cleaners has been gaining momentum, with the recent 24-hour strike of the workers in Federal Parliament, and a rally and march organised by the United Voice in Melbourne. Meanwhile, the Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union has been gearing for the campaign against further unemployment and welfare cuts. In Ireland, the ongoing dispute between the retail workers at Dunnes and Mandate Trade Union highlights the workers’ struggle for collective bargaining in the country. Interviews with Owen Bennet (Australian Unemployed Union), Dave Gibney (Mandate Trade Union, Ireland)
24 Jun 2015
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Penalties

Cleaners call for protection of penalties & the SDA Coles deal that gave below award rates to members.
17 Jun 2015
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A Luta Nafatin (The Struggle Continues)

Union news and workplace justice
10 Jun 2015
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About Stick Together

Wednesdays at 8:30 - 9:00 AM. Repeated Thursdays 6:00 - 6.30 AM and Saturdays 7:00 - 7:30 AM.

Stick Together is Australia’s only national radio show dedicated to union and workplace justice issues.

Stick Together is recorded at 3CR, and broadcast on community radio stations around the country via the Community Radio Network.

Subscribe to the weekly podcast, or listen to recent podcasts.

Follow Stick Together on Facebook and Twitter. Contact via 3CR or email sticktogether3cr@gmail.com.

  • Royal Commission into so-called Union Corruption

  • Laws limiting the right to protest in Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland

  • Unions’ response to the Abbott government’s first budget

  • Union campaigns for shorter working hours

  • Funding cuts and job losses in the public sector

  • Unions’ responses to new anti-terror legislation

  • Community impact of the Morewell coal mine fire

  • International labour politics

  • And more...

If you are a community radio station or listener and want to hear this show on your frequency then contact the CRN to find out how.  This show is made possible through the generous funding of the Community Broadcasting Foundation.