MEAA Submissions

Latest submissions from MEAA


MEAA statement to the inquiry into political interference in the ABC

Statement by MEAA chief executive Paul Murphy to a public hearing of the Senate Environment and Communications References Committee as part of its inquiry into allegations of political interference in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) - in Sydney, Tuesday March 5 2019. MEAA expressed grave concerns with the conduct of ...
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MEAA submission to the inquiry into the Victorian on-demand workforce

Closed Facebook groups and other online platforms are increasingly becoming a source of hiring for workers in the arts and entertainment industry. In this submission to a Victorian government inquiry into the ‘on-demand workforce’, MEAA says gig economy jobs are undermining wages and employment conditions for all workers in our ...
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MEAA response to preliminary recommendations of ACCC digital platforms inquiry

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MEAA welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s  preliminary recommendations and proposed areas for further analysis and assessment ...
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MEAA submission on the Major Performing Arts Framework Consultation Paper

This is MEAA’s response to a request for comment on the Major Performing Arts Framework Consultation Paper produced by the federal, state and territory governments ...
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MEAA submission to the Senate Standing Committee inquiry into political interference in the ABC

MEAA’s submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications inquiry into allegations of political interference in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) ...
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