Hurstville ChAFTA Debate

Do you care about the future of local jobs?

Then come along to Hurstville Club Central on the evening of Tuesday, October 27 at 6pm to hear Allen Hicks (National Secretary of the ETU) go toe to toe with David Coleman (Federal Member for Banks) in a debate on the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement.

Australian Unions believe that the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, in its current form, will:

  • be BAD for local jobs
  • be BAD for workplace safety
  • be BAD for local communities
  • undercut local rates of pay
  • exploit overseas workers

The Turnbull Liberal Government, on the other hand, is determined to rush the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement through the Senate before the Christmas break.

Come along, hear both sides of the argument, and decide for yourself. Your future, as well as the futures of your children and grandchildren, depends on it.

Print out the Flyer and invite your neighbours and workmates to come along too.


Alan Liow Lesley Gruit Lee Smith Kathryn Landsberry Rob Russell Patricia McAloon Cassandra Barford Warren Brown Ann-Maree McEwan Shamil Samji Dermot Ryan ashvini ambi Chris Lynch John Wilson Shahnaz Birges Angela Catallo

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015


06:00 PM – 09:00 PM


Hurstville Club Central
2 Crofts Ave
Hurstville, NSW 2220

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