Australian women’s soccer team on strike | Red Flag
The Australian women’s soccer team has taken unprecedented strike action to demand improved pay – and basic respect. The whole team walked out of their training camp and is refusing to tour to play against the world champion US team. None of the players have been paid a cent since their previous collective bargaining agreement ended in June. The Professional Footballers Association, the players’ union, has been negotiating with the bosses of Football Federation Australia for a new agreement…
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Garvan call it 'Regular Giving', we call it a 'Subscription'. Either way, we need $20k per month to keep the Connie Johnson Fellow, Professor Elgene Lim, and his research team, able to work. That's the bottom line. We are, strictly speaking, a fundraising agent for Garvan.