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REQUEST TO FEDERAL MINISTER FOR EDUCATION CONCERNING RECENT JOB-READY LEGISLATION

In October 2020 Graduate Women Victoria wrote to the Federal Minister for Education, Dan Tehan, asking him to reconsider those aspects of the Government’s Job-Ready Legislation which disadvantage students who select a course in the humanities. GWV forwarded a copy of the letter to Tanya Plibersek, the Shadow Minister for Education and Training. The letter to Tehan, and Plibersek’s reply, can be read here. We have not yet received a response from Dan Tehan.


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