INEQUALITY AND INSECURITY
Responding to the challenge of precarious work
The 6th Annual Ron McCallum Debate will explore the implications of insecure and precarious work, in all its different forms, for workers, for business and for our society.
The Ron McCallum Debate is a free public event
To ensure a place please RSVP by 26 September:
03 9647 9111
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ron McCallum Debate is a free public event . To ensure a place please RSVP by 26 September: 03 9647 9111 or email email@example.com
The decline of economically secure, standard working arrangements is a world-wide trend with economic, social and political consequences. In 2016, the Debate will seek to unravel the linkages between employment insecurity; economic and social inequality; economic instability and business survival. Our panel of speakers will explore what policy settings are needed to best address these implications and linkages over the next decade.
The debate will be moderated by former FWA and AIRC President the Honourable Geoffrey Giudice AO, with Emeritus Professor Ron McCallum AO providing his reflections. Other speakers representing unions, business and the community will be announced soon.
Don’t miss what is sure to be a compelling debate.