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Termination legislation to go before Parliament
5 Sep. 2018, 1:47 pm
On 15 July, Annastacia Palaszczuk received the Queensland Law Reform Commission’s report into the the state’s termination of pregnancy laws.
Welcome change to student dress code
5 Sep. 2018, 1:28 pm
The new Department of Education student dress code has finally been announced, enshrining students’ right to the same uniform options, including shorts and pants, regardless of their gender.
Rise, resist and repeat: the power of Union women!
17 Jul. 2018, 4:59 pm
This year, the QTU’s Biennial Women’s Conference theme was “Rise, resist and repeat”, a nod to the three Rs but also in recognition of the often-exhausting cycle we find ourselves in when campaigning for gender equity.
Anna Stewart Memorial Project 2018
17 Jul. 2018, 4:56 pm
The 2018 QTU participants, Amanda Tu and Beck Humphreys, share their experiences and discuss what they learned.
QTU Guide for Educational leaders (pdf)
8 Jun. 2018, 8:20 am
On the move for equality: EI Women’s Conference 2018
23 Apr. 2018, 12:21 pm
In early February, QTU Vice-President Sam Pidgeon was a part of the Australian Education Union delegation to the third Education International Women’s Conference, in Marrakech, Morocco.
Queensland Women’s Week: too much to celebrate for just one day!
23 Apr. 2018, 11:32 am
QTU members have celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) and Queensland Women’s Week throughout the state - in our classrooms, our staff rooms, on school parades and through formal functions.
School uniform policy to be updated
23 Apr. 2018, 10:58 am
In a major win for the girls and young women we teach, the Department of Education has been asked to update the student dress code procedure for state schools.
From the VP: Girls are speaking up on uniform - so must we
28 Feb. 2018, 12:16 pm
It is incredible that in 2018 there are still many schools across Queensland in which girls and young women are not given the choice to wear shorts or pants to school. Western Australia and Victoria have recently announced that state schools will be required to adopt a uniform policy that offers choice for girls. The question that must be asked is, why not Queensland?



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