Australia’s workplace relations system were the focus of a forum on the Feast of St Joseph the Worker, May 1, hosted by the Archdiocesan Justice and Peace Commission and the Social Action Office.
Just Work: Is It Possible to Promote Both Social Justice and Economic Growth in Our Workplace Relations System? brought the principles of Catholic Social Teaching on human work into dialogue with the concrete experience of governments, unions, businesses and the community sector.
Achieving Both Justice and Good Economic Outcomes: Catholic Social Teaching and Human Work Dr Tim Battin Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of New England,
Applying Catholic Social Teachings to the Work Choices Legislation Joe de Bruyn, Shop Distributive and Allied Employees Association
Mr Patrick McKendry Executive Director, National Retail Association,