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Rank and File Worker and Trade Union Show, covering current affairs, progressive issues and news and events from the labour movement. Includes "The Week That Was" with Kevin Healy.

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Rank and File Worker and Trade Union Show, covering current affairs, progressive issues and news and events from the labour movement. Includes "The Week That Was" with Kevin Healy.

    Global Unity Movement II Over the Wall II Travel ban & Migrant Workers II Logging the Tarkine II West Papua & the Indonesian Free Trade Deal with Australia

    Global Unity Movement II Over the Wall II Travel ban & Migrant Workers II Logging the Tarkine II West Papua & the Indonesian Free Trade Deal with Australia

    Global Unity Movement II Hanna from GUM explains what it is about and invites you to participate in the movement which brings all issues onto the table.Over the Wall II Peter Davis talks to the Community Legal Centres Australia (nclca) for people affected by Bushfires who are on centrelink payments.Travel ban & Migrant Workers II Matt Kunkell from the Mirgant Workers Centre explains how the travel ban around Coronavirus is unfairly affecting mirgant workers and those on temporary visas. He also talks to the affects of fall of the celebrity chefs' empires and how wage theft and loss of sponsors is a huge burden for these workers who represent 10% of Australia's workforce.Logging the Tarkine II Scott Jordan from the Bob Brown Foundation talks about the battle for the Tarkine going on right now.West Papua & the Indonesian Free Trade Deal with Australia II demonstrators for a Free West Papua outside Federal Parliament last week while the Indonesian President talked trade inside.

    James Dunn Tribute II Over the Wall II NSW climate protesters outside court II Zine Fair II Workers & climate

    James Dunn Tribute II Over the Wall II NSW climate protesters outside court II Zine Fair II Workers & climate

    James Dunn Tribute II "James Dunn,who died on 31 January at the age of 92, was a diplomat. intelligence officer, soldeier, researcher for the Parliamentary Library, writer and human rights activist. Over a long and versatile career, his most signifivant achievement is the cruscial role he played in campaigning for the rights of the Timorese people under Indonesian occupation and bringing their plight to the attention of the world." - Dr Peter JobOver the Wall II Duncan Graham talks with RFFWU secretary Josh Cullinan on negotiations with Woolworths and McDonalds.NSW climate protesters outside court II Before Christmas children took their climate protest outside the PM's house in Sydney. The police came in riot gear and arrested adults using new move on laws. David Shoebridge, Greens MP was arrested. He talks to Vivien Langford from 3cr's BZE community program outside the court on the second appearance over the matter.Zine Fair II It is the 10th year for the fabulous Sticky Institute Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair over this weekend at the Meat Market in North Melbourne. We get to speak to one of their international guests Cindy Crabb.Workers & climate II We talk with Don Sutherland about how climate is affecting workers, the issue of workers' need to have control of their own safety and if not bringing employer's to account, also with new leadership how the Greens may affect the Labor vote.

    Refugee returned to danger II Schools Out II Health issues of Incinerator Technology II This is the week that was II The Annual Wages Review

    Refugee returned to danger II Schools Out II Health issues of Incinerator Technology II This is the week that was II The Annual Wages Review

    Julian Assuage Event II Over the Wall II David Bradbury's Act of No Choice: the betrayal of West Papua II this is the week that was II Forest Creek Monster Meeting of Diggers II MUA decision in NSW to stop work over air quality

    Julian Assuage Event II Over the Wall II David Bradbury's Act of No Choice: the betrayal of West Papua II this is the week that was II Forest Creek Monster Meeting of Diggers II MUA decision in NSW to stop work over air quality

    Rally for Life II Schools Out II Stick It To the Man II The Week that Was II Spirit of Eureka

    Rally for Life II Schools Out II Stick It To the Man II The Week that Was II Spirit of Eureka

    Rally for Life II the rally brought people from across Victoria who have dedicated lifetimes to protecting the natural world in their part of it. On the steps of Parliament they gathered to insist on the legislation that protects forests, beaches, rivers from greed and unsustainable practises. Schools Out II Episode 5 in the show that puts young voices to air on climate. Today they talk to a front line activist. Stick It To the Man II Iain McIntyre talks about the book he has coedited about pulp fictions role in social change. Great book with a launch at the Old Bar, Fitzroy Dec 3rd 6.30 pm.The Week that Was II Spirit of Eureka II Dirk from the Spirit of Eureka commitee gave a rousing speech to open the 165 year Commeration Dinner to celebrate the Eureka Stockade.

    An Incinerator in Craigieburn? II Eureka Dinner II Union Solidarity Address II the week that was II Noah Bassil on the 'Quiet Australias'

    An Incinerator in Craigieburn? II Eureka Dinner II Union Solidarity Address II the week that was II Noah Bassil on the 'Quiet Australias'

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