EVENT: Ripples from wave hill screening

25 AUGUST, 2016 FROM 5.45PM.
In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Wave Hill Walk Off -- we will be screening the documentary; Ripples from Wave Hill.
 

CALLING ALL ATSI MEMBERS

The CPSU/CSA is looking to provide a positive Union experience for its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander public servants are employed in a wide and diverse range of occupational groups right across Western Australia. Your opinions are valuable in the way the CPSU/CSA delivers services and supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members and their families.

The CPSU/CSA would like to form a group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members to provide advice and guidance to the Union across a number of areas. The CPSU/CSA is looking to better engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members in the following ways:

  • Learning & Development opportunities that use Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content – for example, the Wave Hill Walk Off is a prime example of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people embarking on a campaign to secure better working conditions.
  • Commemorating key dates – for example, how the CPSU/CSA can become more actively involved in NAIDOC Week events and other key historical events, such as the Wave Hill Walk Off (2016 marks the 50th anniversary of this significant event).
  • Providing an environment that embraces and welcomes all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members and their families – for example, events hosted by the CPSU/CSA around topics of interest.
  • Encouraging more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to become members of the CPSU/CSA.
  • Developing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members to become workplace delegates and provide an important role in supporters Union members in the workplace.
  • Encouraging active Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members and delegates to pursue roles on the Council of the CPSU/CSA and other representative groups, such as the State Public Service Federation (SPSF) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander group and the ACTU Indigenous Group.
  • Ensuring that General Agreement negotiations respond to the changing needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members and their families, specifically through working conditions that form part of Agreements.

If you would like more information on these initiatives, or would like to become involved, please fill out the short form below or contact CPSU/CSA Councillor, Matt Abrahamson


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