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Spotlight on Imogen Titmarsh

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Imogen Titmarsh is a freelance lighting technician based in Melbourne. She was recently elected as an Entertainment Crew & Sport ...
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Know your rights: casual conversion

Under recent changes to workplace laws, all casual employees have an enforceable right to convert to permanent employment after a ...
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MEAA elections concluded

The elections of MEAA office-holders have now  concluded and the election results have been announced by the Australian Electoral Commission ...
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Change at the top of ECS section

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A new team will lead MEAA’s Entertainment Crew and Sport section with the election of film and TV production designer ...
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Members warned as Hollywood impersonation scam reaches Australia

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MEAA members are warned that a sophisticated scam targeting performers and crew has reached Australia ...
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Working together to win

On Saturday, we were hoping to see a government elected that would make it easier for members to bargain collectively ...
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Labor arts and culture policy meets with approval

MEAA has welcomed the release of comprehensive arts and cultural policies by Labor and by the Greens, and calls on ...
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Labor pledges action on a Netflix quota

At a special Make it Australian event in Sydney last week Shadow Minister for Communications, Michelle Rowland MP, pledged that ...
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Stamping out sexual harassment

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In 2017 Equity’s survey of Sexual Harassment, Criminal Misconduct and Bullying in Australian Live Performance revealed that most theatres did ...
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Govt misses another chance to support Australian stories

The Morrison Government’s decision to extend tax offsets to streaming video services is another missed opportunity to require those platforms ...
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