MEAA Equity, in partnership with the Equity Diversity Committee, is conducting our first State of the Industry Survey.
This will allow all members and non-members to tell us your experience during the COVID years, how the industry is performing now, how safe, inclusive and accessible the industry is, what barriers you face and what changes you want to see now ...
Erin Madeley will succeed Paul Murphy as the Chief Executive of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance.
Through MEAA research, Australian crew have exposed the culture of punishing working hours that damage their relationships and health, driving many to quit the industry.
Geoff Hanlon has worked at Mooney Valley, Caulfield and Sandown for more 30 years, during which time he has helped his fellow MEAA members secure better wages and conditions in his role as a union delegate and health and safety rep. Geoff is among many members affected by the closure of Caulfield Racecourse for more than a year of renovations.
The next Australian government must recommit to press freedom by putting in place overdue reforms to support public interest journalism.