Partners

  • Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance

    The Alliance is the union and professional organisation which covers everyone in the media, entertainment, sports and arts industries.

  • Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees

    The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees is a national not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to promote and protect the interests of Australia’s $450 billion not-for-profit superannuation sector.

  • Science and Technology Australia

    Science & Technology Australia represents 68,000 scientists and technologists, and promotes their views on a wide range of policy issues to government, industry and the community.

  • Transport Workers Unions

    The Transport Workers Union represents 90,000 workers in a variety of industries – from aviation to freight logistics. Members work for companies such as Toll, TNT and Qantas.

  • Industry Super Network

    ISN manages collective projects on behalf of 16 industry super funds with […]

  • Every Australian Counts campaign

    Every Australian Counts is a people’s campaign to demand the introduction of […]

  • Australian Manufacturing Workers Union

    The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union represents over 130 000 workers in all […]

  • Australian Super

    AustralianSuper is Australia’s largest not-for-profit super fund and provides superannuation solutions for employers and individuals, as well as a low cost pension for retirees.

  • Greenpeace

    Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organisation that uses non-violent direct action to expose global environmental problems and to force solutions which are essential to a green and peaceful future. Greenpeace’s goal is to ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity.

  • Community and Public Sector Union

    The Community and Public Sector Union, one of the largest trade unions in the country, represents workers who provide some of Australia’s essential services. It is at the forefront of defending the public sector so it can continue to provide these services to the community.

  • bankmecu

    bankmecu became Australia’s first customer owned bank in September 2011 after a 50 year history as one of the nation’s strongest credit unions. Driven by sustainability and a responsible approach to banking, bankmecu provides a full suite of personal and business banking services to 120,000 customers include a growing number of major non-for-profit and community organisations. Visit the website.

  • Property Council of Australia

    The Property Council of Australia is the leading advocate for Australia’s $600 billion property industry. It counts the bulk of the nation’s major investors, property owners and developers – as well as the industry’s professional service and trade providers – amongst its members. The Property council has launched a major campaign Make My City Work to highlight the importance of planning our cities to deal with a growing population base. Visit the website.

  • ACTU

    The Australian Council of Trade Unions represents Australian workers and their families. Since its creation in 1927, the ACTU has spearheaded some of the most fundamental workplace struggles in Australia’s history. With 46 affiliated trade unions it is Australia’s largest peak organisation with more than 1.8 million members. The ACTU provides a united voice for its members campaigning for improved conditions in the workplace – and in the broader community. Visit the website here

  • Media Super

    Media Super is the industry super fund for print, media, entertainment and arts professionals. The fund delivers superannuation products and services to more than 125,000 members and 16,000 participating employers.

  • UNICEF

    UNICEF is the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of all children are realised. UNICEF works in over 190 countries to promote and protect the rights of children. The world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, clean water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and HIV. In Australia, UNICEF advocates for the rights of all children to be realised and works to improve public and government support for child rights and international development. UNICEF receives no funding from the UN, but relies on the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

  • CFMEU

    The CFMEU, a trade union registered under federal industrial law with over 120,000 members is one of the largest in Australia. The CFMEU came into existence in 1992 as an amalgamation of the United Mineworkers’ Federation of Australia, the Building Workers Industrial Union, the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemens’ Association, the Australian Timber and Allied Industries Union and other smaller unions. The Districts of the Mining & Energy Division also have state registration.

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