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Submisions to the Queensland State Government for equality of wages and working conditions for Aborigines in the pastoral industry / A. Macdonald.

  • F1938
  • Item
  • 1964

Letter and copy of submission made by the Trades and Labor Council of Queensland to the Government of Queensland seeking an end to wage discrimination against Aboriginal Australians in the pastoral industry. Both are dated 6 July 1964 and signed by A. Macdonald, General Secretary.

Trades and Labor Council of Queensland

Cherbourgh settlement, Thursday March 24, 1966

  • F2046
  • Item
  • 1966

Report of visit to Cherbourg Aboriginal community by R. Wright and K. Loughlin, representatives of Building Workers' Industrial Union of Australia.
The visit was to investigate wage rates and employment conditions of Aboriginal Union members.

Loughlin, K. B.

Unions demand full rights for Aborigines

Authorised by the Trades & Labor Council of Queensland, this pamphlet discusses wage discrimination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, including: wages and employment deficiencies, exclusion from conditions of the Station Hands Award, disparities in wages based on colour, and laws barring joining unions.

Trades and Labor Council of Queensland