Professional Programs

 

The Alliance supports our members through professional development programs. Find out more here.

MEAA Rule Change Notice

It is a requirement that registered industrial organisations, such as MEAA, publish on their website that alterations to the organisation’s Rules have been lodged with the General Manager of Fair Work Australia.

Read the rule change notice here.

The 2014 Alliance Centenary Lecture

The 2014 Alliance Centenary Lecture

Delivered by NITV’s Malarndirri McCarthy

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Our Stories. Our Future. Our ABC

Our Stories. Our Future. Our ABC

MEAA and CPSU launch national campaign against ABC cuts

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Happy Birthday Equity!

Happy Birthday Equity!

Equity members share their birthday wishes

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2014 Equity Lifetime Achievement Award, Presented by Foxtel

2014 Equity Lifetime Achievement Award, Presented by Foxtel

Toni Lamond AM honoured at gala awards ceremony 

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MEAA: ABC consultation must be transparent and genuine

allianceThe local coverage ABC is famous for, and on which local communities have come to rely, has been dramatically reduced in the plans announced today by Mark Scott.

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Quentin Dempster's ABC rally speech

MEAAThousands of ABC supporters, community leaders, politicians and media personalities rallied in Sydney's Town Hall Square yesterday as ABC staff prepare for significant job losses to compensate for $254 million in government funding cuts. Deputy Opposition leader Tanya Plibersek, Greens Senator Scott Ludlam and other supporters addressed the assembled masses. Quentin Dempster, journalist for thirty years and staffer at the ABC for twenty years delivered this address.

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Opera Australia seeks extras for two months’ unpaid work

sm equityOpera Australia (OA) is attempting to engage students as extras in their upcoming production of Aida without payment for what will equate to two months’ full-time work.

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MEAA Statement on ABC and SBS funding cuts

sm mediaThe announcement today that upwards of $300 million in funding will be cut from the ABC and SBS over the next five years confirms the worst fears of staff and the community.

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