Working people are volunteering across the country to have thousands of conversations in local communities about the need to change the government and change the rules to ensure a fair go for working people.
Volunteers will be hearing people’s concerns about the lack of fair pay rises and the growth of insecure work under the Morrison Government and the need to change the rules so working people get a fair go at work.
This weekend, door knocks will be held in 16 locations covering Queensland, NSW, Western Australia, Tasmania and South Australia.
Banks, Sydney – April 13, 10am – Club Rivers – ACTU Secretary Sally McManus will take part
Leichhardt, Cairns – April 13, 9am – Woodward Park – ACTU Assistant Secretary Scott Connolly will take part.
Corangamite, Geelong – April 13, 10am – Geelong Trades Hall – ACTU Assistant Secretary Liam O’Brien will take part.
Forde – April 13, 10am – Doug Larsen Park Beenleigh and Norfolk Park Ormeau, ACTU President Michele O’Neil will take part.
As stated by ACTU Secretary Sally McManus
“To change the rules, we need to change the government, we will do this by talking to as many people as we can about which political parties have and which have not committed to a fair go for working people.
“We want to live in a country where people have jobs they can count on and fair pay rises.
“The Morrison Government and big business are standing in the way of secure jobs and fair pay rises, and the union movement is ready to restore the fair go.
“One conversation at a time, we’re ready to take action to change the government and win more secure jobs and fair pay rises.”