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Video: Unite Mobilises Youth In Minimum Wage Push

Scoop Video: Unite Mobilises Youth In Minimum Wage Push

Political Movement 2006-Style: Over 1000 fast food workers, mobilised by Unite Union, supported by the CTU and affiliated unions, the Maori Party, Green Party - a burgeoning youth political movement is demanding that the minimum wage be increased to $12 per hour. The SuperSizeMyPay.Com campaign began concentrating on fast food retailers and is poised to expand out into all low wage sectors.

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Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Tony Amos, Selwyn Manning & David Slack discuss on RadioLive: Unite Union mobilizing youth in wage campaign.

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  • Unite - Meeting Supports Campaign against Low Wages
  • Maori Party - Pita Sharples Speech: Rally to Support Low Paid
  • Unite - Musicians & Community Support Low Paid Workers
  • CPAG - Campaign to lift life chances for poorest children
  • Matt McCarten Speech: The Great Rip Off!
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