When you join the National Union of Workers, you join the collective strength of tens of thousands of members, nationally, who are unified to fight for decent working conditions, living wages and a fair Australia. Find our more about some of the major campaigns that NUW members are running.
FAIR FOOD AUSTRALIA
Workers in the fresh food supply chain are campaigning for decent jobs and respect at work. Together, we can create a fair food industry, an industry that provides decent and secure jobs; an industry that provides sustainable and ethical fresh food.Read more
JOBS YOU CAN COUNT ON
The NUW’s Job you can count on campaign began in 2011. Union members chose the name of the campaign because it’s something we all want, and the only way we are going to be able to get it is if we stick together.Read more
SAVE THE VIC MARKET
Certainty for stallholders, traders and businesses. Protect the heritage and history of the of the market. Promote and invest in the working, open-air market.
You can get involved! Everyone is welcome. Joining the NUW as a community member of the #SaveVicMarket campaign means you will be active with other community members to have a stronger voice against those with money and positions of power. This is a community campaign to protect the market; its people and its history!Read more
NUW dairy workers 2017
This year is a big year for Dairy workers. Workplaces agreements that protect thousands of NUW members are being renegotiated in 2017. The Dairy industry is important to all of us. NUW members live and work in the communities that produce our milk, powder, yoghurt and cheese and they will continue to organise for secure jobs in our regions, which support strong communities that put people first.Read more
stop workers rights abuses in supermarket supply chain
If you own more than $500 worth of Woolworths and/or Wesfarmers (Coles) shares please sign on to support the resolution. SIGN RESOLUTION
To successfully lodge the resolutions we need to get 100 Woolworths and Wesfarmers (Coles) shareholders to sign on by next Wednesday.Read more