WGTN event: Reflections on the Zero Hours Campaign (Fightback Conference 2015)

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In a period when the capitalist class is winning the war, battle victories for our side are precious. Unite’s success in beating back Zero Hour Contracts at major fast food chains is a rare exception to a 30-year rule of expanding casualisation.
Heleyni Pratley, Unite organiser for Wellington, leads a discussion on this campaign.

Session for Fightback Conference 2015.

Free entry (koha appreciated).

Food and drinks provided. Special thanks to the Tertiary Education Union for a donation to assist with catering for this event.

Children welcome. Wheelchair-accessible. Please let us know if you need any assistance to make this event more accessible.

4:30-6pm, Saturday 4th of July
St Andrews on the Terrace, Wellington.
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