The trade unions were key supporters of the 1967 referendum and the fight for equal wages for Indigenous workers. Some unions provided financial support for Indigenous campaigners to travel to conferences
Welcome to the First Nations Workers’ Alliance established by the ACTU to provide CDP workers a collective voice to campaign for fair wages and employment conditions. Here you will be able to link in with other m
One morning fifty years ago, our Gurindji elders broke unforgettably from the industry that had taken our land and oppressed us for generations. Envisioning a brighter future for our people, they walked from Lord
It’s easy to become a First Nations Workers’ Alliance member – you just choose from one of the four memberships, fill in your details and make payment if necessary. Our visual gallery will show you different parts
Remote Job Scheme ‘doing harm’
More than 200,000 fines were imposed on just 34,000 mainly indigenous jobseekers in the first 15 months of the federal government’s jobs scheme.
The figures prompted e
Welcome to the First Nations Workers Alliance established by the ACTU in response to providing our Indigenous members a union where their concerns and aspirations are heard and represented. Here you will be able to link in with other members, get updates, post questions, participate in forums and keep up-to-date with any action being taken by the FNWA on your behalf.