Right2Work Conference 2017

A solution to unemployment and underemployment

Why Attend the Right2Work Conference?

It is currently estimated that nearly 2 million Australians are either unemployed or underemployed.

There are vast amounts of work that need to be done and hundreds of thousands Australians who want jobs. It is more costly for society to keep people unemployed or underemployed than it is to employ them and, in light of the very real possibility of a prolonged recession in Australia beginning within the next 12 months, it is critical that all of us understand why efforts to connect work with workers have been ineffective so far and what our country can do to bring about full employment.

What is the Right to Work?

Article 23(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states:

“Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.”

The Right to Work has been actively supported by past Australian governments. It worked before and it can work again.

This historic conference shall see the launch of the Right2Work Coalition and features world-renowned experts who will explain why efforts that have been made over the last several decades continue to fail and present evidence on solutions that have worked before.

  •  Gain new perspective and insight into this important issue not found in today’s narrative
  • Achieve a coherent understanding of how these problems are systemic policy failures
  • Develop new relationships with coalition members, influencers and experts who can support your advocacy
  • Become involved early to help shape the public narrative around this issue

Find out more and register at www.right2work.org.au

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