MEAA Submissions

Latest submissions from MEAA


Australia’s Right to Know response to the Council of Attorneys-General Review of Model Defamation Provisions

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (including MEAA) to the Council of Attorneys-General Review of Model Defamation Provisions - submitted May 3 2019. "With the operation of the uniform defamation law ticking over 13 years, ARTK presents a united view that it is time to update the ...
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Australia’s Right to Know response to draft Federal Court defamation practice note

The Australia's Right To Know coalition of media organisations (including MEAA) feedback on the draft Federal Court defamation practice note - submitted May 29 2019 ...
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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 ...
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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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