#MOstrike week 2: We are here for each other

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If you've already joined or supported the strike, thank you so much. If you haven't yet or want to learn what's going on, you can find everything you need to know here: https://auwu.substack.com/p/how-to-participate-in-the-auwu-mostrike

Today's strike action is simple.

We are inviting you to join us to learn about the rights you have and how to deal with your job agency. Register to attend our next advocacy training session here: https://auwu.typeform.com/to/sVPxMKcL

AUWU members are supporting each other.

We have been overwhelmed by the response to #MOstrike from AUWU members and supporters. In the first week of the strike more than 8,500 people have accessed rights information, nearly than 3,700 have signed the petition and about 300 people have joined the union.

We have received so many powerful messages on social media and in our inbox from AUWU members.

"Thanks for making me feel I'm not alone."

"Over the years Centrelink through my JSPs have put so much fear in me over my payment being cancelled that for the last 3 months I've been doing mutual obligations anyway. It's #MOStrike that finally got me to stop."

"I think what you and others are doing is really great, all doing great job! I would feel sunk on my own facing the stupidity and competitive of providers. I despise them for how they all treat Unemployed so badly."

 
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