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Working together for the public good

  • 22 Sep 2020
  • 17:30 - 19:00
  • via Zoom
  • 12


  • Standard registration for CJU Members

Registration is closed

Join CJU members and the Australia reMADE team for a webinar workshop exploring messaging and ideas for keeping the public good at the front of Australian decision making.

In this free workshop we’ll explore how to best talk about democracy and economy in these COVID times, exploring the government’s recent shift to frames of community, empathy and care, and explaining the messages we can all use to ensure economic recovery conversations remain on our own turf.

We think there’s a big opportunity right now for building a national conversation in non-party political language about the purpose of Australia, in a way that moves the emphasis from money and markets to communities and nature.

To help us further develop this work we’ll also be asking you to provide your thoughts and perspectives on what it is that you think your communities need and who and how should these needs be provided (more on the project at

Discussion, questions and participation warmly welcomed.

How the webinar will run:

The workshop will begin with a presentation from the Australia reMADE team on recent work they have been doing in this space, followed by some time for questions from the attendees.

The second part of the workshop will be an opportunity for people to share their thoughts and ideas on the themes raised and to provide their thoughts and perspectives on what it is that they think their communities need and who and how should these needs be provided (more on the project at

Places are limited so please do RSVP and include any accessibility requirements. We will be using the Zoom rooms platform.

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We acknowledge that we begin our work as The Climate Justice Union on the Boodja (land) of the Wadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We honour the Wadjuk people and their kin in other Nations and Country across these lands and waters, who have always cared for this place and all who lived here.

We acknowledge First Nations Elders past and present, and acknowledge that those of us living here, who came from across the seas, live on land that was taken, stolen. We acknowledge the responsibility that comes with this understanding and that we personally and collectively benefit from this theft.

As such, we all have a responsibility to decolonise ourselves, our lives and work, and to heal the harm these oppressive systems have inflicted.

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We are a community union and do not cover you in your workplace. All Climate Justice Union members are also encouraged to join the relevant industrial union. Click here to find your industrial Union.

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