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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Women’s Council Committee – call for nominations

Women’s Council Committee electorates – 2017 (PDF version) All women members of the Association are members of the Public Service Association Women’s Council. Nominations are called for positions of delegate on the Women’s Council Committee. Each nomination must be seconded by two other women members in the same electorate as the nominee. Nominees, nominators and

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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Women’s Council

History More than 80 years ago, a new clause was inserted into the PSA Rules which continues to have a lasting effect on the union to this day. The clause established the PSA Women’s Auxiliary which is known today as the Women’s Council. Women’s Council Committee is an advisory body to Central Council on issues affecting

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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Women’s Council Election Results

PSA Women’s Councillors – 2013 to 2015 Name Department Jodie Stubbs NSW Police Force Sallyann Sullivan Education and Communities Tanya Thompson Education and Communities Linda Barclay-Hales Ageing,Disability and Home Care Keryn Barnett Office of State Revenue Bronwyn Batten Office Of Environment and Heritage Carol Rose Primary Industries Julie Westacott NSW Health Brook Craig Treasury Rebecca

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Friday, 21 June 2013

Central Council Decisions relating to Women’s Council

CC88/12    (December 2012) “That this meeting resolves that an election for Women’s Council be held as soon as possible in 2013. That Central Council review the By-Laws which includes realigning the electorates for Women’s Council to reflect the current department structures in the NSW Public Service and the disposition of women members at 31 December 2012

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Friday, 2 March 2018

About The Women’s Unit

The aim of the Women’s Unit is to progress the interests of the Association’s women members and to consider any question which affects women members. The Women’s Unit undertakes research on gender and equity issues for example work force profile and most recently the Premiers commitments, develops policy on women’s industrial matters in conjunction with

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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Women’s Council Committee

The PSA and CPSU NSW are conducting ballots of women members in the following areas – Read more

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Friday, 22 December 2017

Women’s Unit

Aims: The aim of the Women’s Unit is to  progress  the interests of the Association’s women members and to consider any question which affects women members. The Women’s Unit undertakes research on gender and equity issues for example work force profile and most recently the Premiers commitments , develops policy on women’s industrial matters in

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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Central Council

Central Council is the PSA’s chief governing body. Council consists of seven Executive members and 45 other members. It meets on the second Monday of each month. You can view a list of the current Central Councillors HERE   General Secretary Assistant General Secretary President Stewart Calder-Little   (02) 9220 09282 slittle@psa.asn.au   Troy Wright

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Monday, 25 September 2017

Be bold for change – Women’s Conference 2017

Women’s Conf 2017 – Be bold for change – Sept. 2017 (PDF version) The PSA’s 2017 Women’s Conference was held in September at PSA House Sydney. The conference was a major success with delegates from across all departments, agencies and organisations. More than 150 women activists attended, making it the biggest Women’s Conference in the

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Tuesday, 26 February 2013

International Women’s Day 2013

Central Coast International Women’s Day March When: Friday 8th March, commencing at 9.45am. Where:  Assemble at the Cnr of Burns Crescent and Mann Streets Gosford and to proceed to Kibble Park. The theme of this year’s March is “Voiceless Women”. For more information email Alison Amos at alison.amos@gosford.nsw.gov.au Sydney International Women’s Day Poetry Collection Launch

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Thursday, 13 September 2012

Sue Walsh’s speech opening the 2012 PSA Women’s conference

2012 PSA Women’s Conference TUESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2012 Opening speech from PSA President Sue Walsh Thank-you Norma. Before I commence I too would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land, the Gadigal people of the EORA nation and pay tribute to their elders both past and present. Introduction It gives me great pleasure

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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Women

The PSA has long been at the vanguard of promoting women’s issues in the workplace. We pioneered domestic violence leave and are constantly fighting for pay equity across the public sector, as well as benefits such as maternity leave and lactation breaks. Female members, who make up more than 65 per cent of the PSA’s

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Thursday, 26 March 2015

Women@Work April 2015 edition

W@W April 2015 (PDF version) PSA shapes election policy debate With the NSW election just days away, it is worth considering the policy positions of the major parties on women and women’s issues. Liberal Party Under the banner ‘Keep NSW Working’, the NSW Liberal policies have no specific focus on women or women’s services. Their

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