Today, UNESCO World Press Freedom Day, the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance, the union and industry advocate for Australia’s journalists, calls on Australia’s politicians to commit to the principles of press freedom and the public’s right to know.
Juanita Beck has been working at the Adelaide Festival Centre since she was 12 years old. She chats to MEAA about why she loves her job and why she’s a MEAA member.
Women working in all areas of the Victorian media are set to benefit from the unparalleled networking, mentoring and advocacy expertise of MEAA’s Women In Media (WiM) initiative, following the launch of the local branch last week.
Stories of community and solidarity are a vital part of the fabric of our identity as a nation.
Members at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre are encouraged to vote on whether or not to accept their new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement this week. Voting closes 5pm, Thursday April 28. MEAA is proud to recommend that members vote “Yes” to the new agreement.