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The Victorian Trades Hall Council building is home to a variety of organisations' offices.

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The New International Bookshop Cooperative was founded in 1994 to continue the legacy of the International Bookshop. Operating under the auspices of the Communist Party of Australia (CPA), the International Bookshop was a Melbourne institution selling Left books and periodicals from the 1930s until the early 1990s when the CPA disbanded.
Melbourne Fringe democratises the arts. Our vision is cultural democracy – empowering anyone to realise their right to creative expression. We support the development and presentation of artworks by, with and for the people of Melbourne, running the annual Melbourne Fringe Festival, the year-round venue Fringe Common Rooms at Trades Hall, and a range of arts sector leadership programs.
The Migrant Workers Centre empowers migrant workers in Victoria to understand our rights, enforce them in our workplaces, and connect with other migrant workers.
Founded in 1959 by trade unionists, church leaders and other peace activists, the Campaign for International Cooperation and Disarmament is a non-profit, charitable organisation and popular movement.
Australia Asia Worker Links was established in 1979 by activists who wanted to promote international workers solidarity. Australia Asia Worker Links works to build international solidarity links between workers as the best means to develop and strengthen workers’ rights in the Asia Pacific region. AAWL is in Melbourne Australia
The Medical Association for Prevention of War (Australia) is a professional not-for-profit organisation that works to promote peace and disarmament.
Now over 30 years old, the choir is still going strong, after forming in Melbourne in 1990 as part of a revival of trade union choirs throughout Australia . We are union members who see the choir as belonging to the union movement, providing a musical voice to its message. We sing in acapella style—able to perform anywhere the voice of protest needs to be heard—in Melbourne, Victoria and beyond!
Since the IWW was founded in 1905 we have recognised the need to build a truly international union movement in order to confront the global power of bosses and in order to strengthen the worker's ability to stand in solidarity with our fellow workers no matter what part of of the globe they happen to live on.
In Australia, LASNET aims to raise awareness of the struggles of Latin American people and works to support these initiatives through local and national activism.
Victorian Opera is the custodian of the great and exalted traditions of a complex art form, which opens windows on the marvellous through the synthesis of music, drama and scenography.
At Kelly Workplace Lawyers we are passionate about two things – workplace law and our clients. We will tailor our advice to give you the outcome you’re after and communicate with you every step of the way to safely navigate any workplace issues. We are committed to providing informed, fast and accessible legal advice at an affordable price. That’s our promise to you.
Kauthen Legal are accredited specialists in personal injury with over 20 years experience in getting just compensation for clients. We are dedicated to providing clients with high quality and affordable legal representation and advice.
Socialist Alternative is Australia’s largest Marxist revolutionary group. We have branches in most major cities. Our goal is to overthrow capitalism, while organising to fight against oppression in the here-and-now.
Socialist Action has a proven track record of campaigning and fighting for the rights of working class people. Over the years we have led and supported countless struggles. We have consistently campaigned against imperialist wars, racism, sexism and homophobia. We are active in environmental and community groups.
Since their earliest shows Tripod have made a consistent habit of juggling comedy, music and narrative in endless exhilarating combinations, consistently evading neat definitions whilst always striving to stay worthy of their fans’ time.
In 1994, an assembly of 200 immigrant women at a conference entitled “Voicing our Diversity” at La Trobe University Abbotsford Campus, mandated an interim committee to work towards setting up a statewide advocacy body that would take up issues that specifically concern immigrant and refugee women.
The Communications Workers Union (CWU) is the Communications Division of the Communications Electrical and Plumbing Union (CEPU).