Your right to live free from violence shouldn’t depend on who your employer is.
Scott Morrison and his government need to join every state and territory government by supporting 10 days' paid Domestic Violence Leave for EVERY worker.
Union women at Wimdoi - Women in Male Dominated Occupations & Industries conference including ASU members from Water and Transport divisions said We Won't Wait, because women can't wait.
ASU members working at The NSW Rape Crisis Service do incredible work running a free 24/7 telephone and online counselling service for anyone impacted by sexual violence.
As part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, they're putting stickers on the back of toilet doors around the state.
With your support, they can help get the word out so that everyone knows how to reach a specialist counsellor when they need one most.
ASU members working at a women’s homelessness service in South-West Sydney passed a motion calling for 10 days' paid Domestic Violence Leave in the National Employment Standards as part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.
ASU members working on the frontline know the difficulties that face women in the community and that universal DV leave can save women's lives.
Domestic violence is a workplace issue. That's why frontline ASU members started the We Won't Wait campaign for 10 days' paid Domestic Violence Leave.
Now 1/3 of all Australian workers are entitled to paid domestic violence leave. This is a huge achievement because of solidarity, struggle and action, but we won't stop until every worker can take paid time to leave violence.
ASU Branch Council brings together the most important and activist delegates from across all divisions of our union. We stand in solidarity to say We Won't Wait.