On Tuesday the 27th of March, thousands of educators from around Australia walked off the job for equal pay. Here in Tasmania, more than 250 educators from 30 centres, including mine, participated in this action.Read more
Together with campaign leaders from across the country, United Voice has developed an activist toolbox of ideas, activities, and actions for educators to take in their local community. Every Member of Parliament (MP) cares what people in their electorate think, because every three years they need to show up and ask people to vote for them.Read more
I volunteered for my children.
Door knocking with the Labor Candidate for Denison, Ella Haddad, made me realise there are many Tasmanians unsure about who to vote for on election day.
I’ve been that person. But nobody knocked on my door.
It is only because I joined United Voice that I now understand the value of my vote, and why I now take an interest in what the candidates represent.Read more
On the back of United Voice polling released on Saturday that clearly showed overwhelming lack of support for the early school starting age policy, the Tasmanian Minister for Education has finally dumped the controversial policy.Read more