The demonstration is the latest in a string of global protests against the United States Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade, and with it 50 years of constitutionally protected abortion access in America.
Teachers from NSW's public and Catholic schools took 24-hour strike action over pay and conditions in Sydney's CBD.
The speak-out comes in response to the soaring profits by gas and electricity companies in the context of significant increases in inflation.
The alleged wage theft affected casual academics.
The current USU Board attended their final meeting together for an update on the state of the Union.
Led by Walpiri Elder Ned Jampijinpa Hargraves, the call to march on 18 June holds historical significance, as the date marks 15 years since the NT Intervention was introduced by the Howard government in 2007.
Panellists discussed how AUKUS would damage Australia’s national interests, international relations and the future security of the country while feeding a nuclear military complex.
The Student Partnership Agreement is the “first of its kind at a NSW University”, although was described by councillors as being a watered down version of its demands.
The union’s motion to increase their wage claim to the CPI plus 2.5 per cent per year responds to skyrocketing costs of living.
The University has indicated that there will be no departmental closures or staff redundancies, although it has not made any commitments to reducing its reliance on casual staff.