New project launched to enhance online safety of women in the media

February 11, 2021 #MEAAMedia #womeninmedia Health and safety News

MEAA has partnered with Gender Equity Victoria (GEN VIC) and Australian Community Managers (ACM) to launch a pioneering Enhancing Online Safety of Women in the Media project.

Assange extradition decision a huge relief; US must now end prosecution

January 4, 2021 #MEAAMedia #pressfreedom

MEAA, the union for Australian journalists, welcomes today’s decision by a British judge to prevent the extradition to the United States of our member Julian Assange and calls on the US government to now drop his prosecution.

My MEAA story: Ruth Hazleton

December 15, 2020 #MEAAMusic News
Ruth Hazleton is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been a driving force in the creation and growth of Musicians Australia.

Survey finds concerns about concentration of ownership and decline of trust in journalism

December 15, 2020 #MEAAMedia #OurStoriesMatter #pressfreedom News

There is deep concern among working journalists about the high level of concentration of ownership of Australia’s media

My MEAA story: Heath Reid

December 7, 2020 #MEAAECS News
Heath Reid is a senior staging technician at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre