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.

Our Alliance Magazines

The Alliance publishes three magazines.

The Walkley Magazine

Our media section is served by The Walkley Magazine, which is published five times a year in conjunction with the professional journalistic arm of the Alliance, the Walkley Foundation. The Walkley Magazine features Australia's best analysis of the media from the people who know it best. The country's top journalists, photographers, cartoonists and editors share their thoughts to make The Walkley Magazine an unmissable forum on the Aussie media's past, present and future. The magazine addresses a variety of themes, including; press freedom, natural disasters, journalism and trauma, media ethics, rural journalism, politics, innovation, social media, science journalism, investigative reporting, the pay debate and the future of journalism.

The Walkley Magazine is the only forum that offers discussion of media and professional issues by and for journalists. If you have an idea you think would suit the magazine then write to us with a few paragraphs outlining your suggestion and a little bit about yourself  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The Equity Magazine

equity magazine is a quarterly published in conjunction with the Equity Foundation. equity provides an opportunity for Australia and New Zealand’s performing arts community to catch-up on the latest news from across the spectrum of performance – film, theatre, television, opera, comedy, variety, dance and much more. The magazine addresses issues such as the promotion of Australian content, casting diversity, arts funding, as well as profiling influential Equity members, providing a space for members themselves to have their stories and experiences published, and reporting on important developments in the industry. equity magazine now has articles, columns and information relevant to the growing New Zealand branch.

Articles, analysis and columns are regularly contributed by performers and industry leaders. If you have an idea you think would suit the magazine then write to us with a few paragraphs outlining your suggestion. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The Alliance Magazine


Alliance magazine is in a similar vein to equity, but is published for members who work behind-the-scenes of film and television productions, as theatre and live performance technicians or crew, in cinemas, as musicians, professional sports people, and at outdoor events. It contains news and features across a wide range of issues relevant to the various branches that comprise the Alliance, such as collective agreement negotiations, workplace issues, health and safety, arts funding, film and television incentives, government policy and provides a space for members to have their stories and experiences published.

Alliance is a publication dedicated to the people who inform and entertain Australia. If you have an idea, a quirky anecdote, or an opinion about the issues you face working in our industries we’d love to hear about it. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it