Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union



Statewide All Unions Delegates Mass Meeting: Change the Rules

On Tuesday 25 September, thousands of delegates from all unions and industries will come together for the Change the Rules State-Wide Union Delegates Mass Meeting.

When:      10am Tuesday 25 September

Where:    Melbourne Convention Centre – 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf, Melbourne

AMWU members will assemble inside the Convention Centre lobby from 9.15am. Look for the AMWU flags and banner.

Will you attend the Change the Rules State-Wide Delegates Mass Meeting? RSVP below! 


The rally and mass meeting earlier this year were only the first step. With the Federal election around the corner, we need to roll up our sleeves and change the rules so that people can have more secure jobs, our workers rights can be enforced, we can win fair pay rises, and make sure that working people are put first, not big business.

The rules are broken.

It’s time for us to change the rules!

RSVP to the mass meeting below, and make sure all of your site delegates are coming as well.

If you have any issues getting released to attend the mass meeting, please contact your organiser or phone the union on 9230 5700.


September 25, 2018
at 10am - 2pm


Melbourne Convention Centre
1 Convention Centre Pl
South Wharf, VIC 3000


AMWU · 03 9230 5700


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