MEAA is calling for a united industry approach by media organisations to combat the prevalence of online harassment and abuse of women media workers.
MEAA has joined with publishers, broadcasters and other media organisations in an unprecedented united campaign for reforms to protect media freedom, whistleblowers and the public’s right to know.
MEAA is strengthening its links with unions representing crew and entertainment workers around the world this week as ECS president Fiona Donovan represents Australian members at the global UNI MEI conference in Madrid.
MEAA’s National Industrial Team recovered more than $1 million for members members in the last financial year.
Leading Australian actors, directors, crew, writers and producers are in Canberra today and tomorrow in a united push to convince Parliament to introduce local content requirements for booming digital viewing platforms.