The protest follows mounting rebukes of managements’ treatment of casual staff, including investigations into wage theft across 21 universities.
Students rally in anticipation of survey results.
Better Read than Dead is refusing to uphold their agreement with workers.
The EAG presented a gift to Jagose: an oversized cardboard replica of a pair of scissors.
Carmeli Argana takes us back to the July 24 ‘freedom’ protests.
Students emphasised that the merger would threaten the independent and radical nature of GCS.
It opposed government and university attacks on staff jobs and students’ quality of education, which has intensified during the COVID pandemic.
Students unionists face expulsion from university, imprisonment, terror charges and torture.
Protestors demanded increased income support payments and vaccine, test and isolation leave for all workers.
The protest platformed international solidarity in decolonisation.