Join the new AUWU Sunshine Coast Branch

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The AUWU has a branch on the Sunshine Coast!

AUWU members have created a branch to help & connect all unemployed, underemployed, and unwaged workers + all recipients of social security in the Sunshine Coast.

Due to social distancing, we are having our meetings online and talking to each other over our new Sunshine Coast Facebook Group.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED: Simply join the Facebook Group or email sunshine@auwu.org.au



The AUWU is the union for unemployed and underemployed workers in QLD, and membership is free and open for all. We're committed to fighting for rights and dignity for unemployed workers, including support in dealing with Centrelink, jobactive Providers, + more.

For questions about the AUWU or local meetings you can contact Wyndham on sunshine@auwu.org.au or post on the new Facebook group. For support please contact our national hotline on (03) 9811 7064 / 1800 289 848 between 10am-2pm weekdays, or send a message to our online advocates on our National Facebook page.
 

In Solidarity,
 

Sunshine Coast Branch

Australian Unemployed Workers' Union (AUWU)

 
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Australian Unemployed Workers' Union (AUWU) Sunshine Coast Branch :
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1800 289 848
Australian Unemployed Workers' Union (AUWU) Sunshine Coast Branch
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