The event, featuring the former Liberal Prime Minister, was forced online after dozens of activists from the SRC Education Action Group occupied New Law Foyer.
An EAG and NTEU forum held this afternoon discussed the need for staff-student solidarity.
Speakers discussed the “revolving door of funding” between destructive industries and universities.
A number of office-bearers have been asked to sign a declaration of good behaviour, or else face the removal of privileges or dismissal.
GIPA documents shed light on surveillance measures by the University and NSW Police.
The pattern of education cuts is a grim “new normal”.
The UTSSA President and Executive have been criticised for imposing sanctions on the Education Action Group, their lack of transparency, and cuts to Vertigo’s budget.
There were contingents from both USyd and UTS.
This is not the first time University management have collaborated with police.
Staff and students gathered to protest the onset of the Sydney Operating Model