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Bluestocking Week Feminist Trivia Night Fundraiser

Bluestocking Week Feminist Trivia Night Fundraiser - Has Ended

 14 Aug, 2019 - 14 Aug, 2019
 Wed 6:00pm - Wed 8:30pm
 Ground Floor, 2333 Mary St
  Surry Hills, NSW
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Join us for a night of fun for a cause at Bluestocking Week Feminist Trivia Night! This year's event is co-hosted by NTEU and NSW Teachers Federation.

Bluestocking Week is a time to celebrate the achievements of women in tertiary education. It’s also a reminder that unionists have a lot to fight for to achieve gender equality in the workplace, including equal pay, domestic violence leave and job security. That’s why this year’s theme is 'Secure Jobs, Safe Workplaces.'

We’ll be raising money to support the ‘Women of Steel: Jobs for Women’ film project again. They are on the home stretch and hoping to complete this important documentary film by the end of the year! 'Women of Steel' is a feature documentary in the works, about the epic (1980-94) struggle for the right for women to work at BHP’s Port Kembla steelworks. 

Individuals or tables of 6 are welcome. Tickets are limited so book now!


Dinner is included, but we suggest brining some cash for drinks or donations. Vegan and gluten free options will be available. The Heritage Room is wheelchair accessible. Please get in touch if you have other access or dietary requirements. Trivia questions will start at 6.30pm.

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 NTEU National Tertiary Education Unionorganiser
 +61 02 8066 6600

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NTEU New South Wales. We stand for the values of equality, social justice, respect at work and a quality education for all. We believe that by working together we can ensure our universities, research institutes and other education workplaces are great places to work. Promoting a quality, freely accessible higher education system that values staff and students is the foundation of the NTEU.

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