What is the Anna Stewart Memorial Project?
Designed to encourage more women to be active in unions, the Anna Stewart Memorial Project is a structured, two week long internship program consisting of two days each week at Trades Hall, with the remaining days in a union.
Gendered violence is a workplace health and safety issue. Like any other OHS issue, the risk of gendered violence can be managed, mitigated, and eventually eliminated.Read more
Each year the Victorian Union movement recognises and reflects on the activism of unionist Zelda D’Aprano, whose courage, determination and no holds barred direct action changed history for working women in Australia.Read more
Maintaining financial independence and attachment to the workforce is critical for people trying to escape situations of family violence.
For both unions and employers, the Victorian Trades Hall Council offers training and support on addressing domestic and family violence as a workplace issue and successfully negotiating and implementing a domestic and family violence leave clause.Read more