Anna Stewart, long-time campaigner for women’s rights and prominent union official, died in April 1983 and the Anna Stewart Memorial Project was established as an annual work experience program aimed at increasing women’s active union involvement. Participants learn about how unions function and receive training in a supportive environment on key aspects of union organising and growth with a focus on women’s involvement and why unions are so critical for women in the workplace.
SHOULD YOU APPLY? If you’re a woman union member and want to develop your skills and knowledge, make an important contribution to the development and growth of your union and have more involvement in the union movement more broadly then the answer is YES!
The program runs for five days and 2020 dates will be scheduled in the second half of the year. Please get in touch with your union if you are interested in applying.