MEAA has written to Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Trade Minister Simon Birmingham urging them to ensure Australia does not participate in a global investment conference in Riyadh in the wake of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. MEAA wrote:
You would be aware that Saudi Arabia is hosting the Future Investment Initiative in Riyadh next week. MEAA understands ...
The UK’s leading “intimacy coordinator”, Ita O’Brien, is on a mission to make sex scenes safer for actors.
MEAA has today written to the Speaker of Tasmania’s House of Assembly condemning her new media guidelines. MEAA wrote:
Dear Madam Speaker,
I write to express the great concern of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), the
professional association for Australia’s journalists, over the new guidelines for journalists
working at Tasmania’s Parliament issued by you.
Equity is dismayed at a decision by the producers of the upcoming musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to cast an overseas performer in the lead role of Willy Wonka.
The MEAA delegate committee at the Sydney Opera House has passed the following resolution: