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National Tertiary Education Union

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National Tertiary Education Union
NTEU.png
Full nameNational Tertiary Education Industry Union
Founded1993
Members26,675 (as at July 2019)[1]
AffiliationACTU, EI
Key peopleDr Alison Barnes (National President)
Matthew McGowan (General Secretary)
Gabe Gooding (National Assistant Secretary)
Office locationMelbourne, Victoria
CountryAustralia
Websitewww.nteu.org.au

The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) is an Australian trade union for all higher education and university employees. It is an industry union and the only union working exclusively in the Australian university sector.

NTEU workers protest Howard's IR reforms
NTEU workers protest Howard's IR reforms

Overview

NTEU is a specialist national union solely representing staff in tertiary education. In all Australian universities, NTEU represents professional staff, academic staff, research staff, general staff, ELICOS teachers, and staff of Student Unions and university companies. In Victoria, NTEU also represents TAFE general staff and all staff in Adult Education.

NTEU is a relatively recent union, formed out of previous tertiary education staff associations, principally the Federation of University Staff Associations and the Federation of College Academics. It is generally considered to be more towards the left of the union movement, and has a high focus on self-directed membership branches and the organising model of unionism. The NTEU often engages in organising campaigns to build its membership density.

The NTEU is not affiliated with any Australian political party.

Campaigns

Our Universities Matter is a major national campaign being run by NTEU, launched in 2008.[2]

The campaign seeks to:

  • Achieve higher levels of government funding and better funding mechanisms.
  • Protect university independence and freedom of inquiry.
  • Introduce controls on excessive workloads, better job security and a competitive pay rise for university staff.
  • Win a better deal for students around affordability and improved student services.

Academic Freedom Watch is a site established to promote academic freedom in Australia's universities. Created by the Victorian Division, the site includes debates and articles written by high-profile academics in this area.[3]

Our TAFEs Matter is the campaign to promote Victoria's TAFE system, which is being undermined by changes in funding systems by the Victorian Government. The changes would introduce a HECS-style loan scheme, more than double student fees and reduce public TAFE funding certainty.[4]

Publications

The NTEU publishes:

  • Advocate – a triannual members' journal (ISSN 1329-7295)[5]
  • Australian Universities' Review – a biennual scholarly journal (ISSN 0818-8068)[6]
  • Agenda – an annual women's magazine (ISSN 1839-6186)[7]
  • Connect – a biennual magazine for university casuals (ISSN 1836-8522)[8]

References

External links

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