La Trobe Labor Club

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The La Trobe Labor Club is one of the biggest and most vibrant clubs on campus, and is a great way to meet new people and make friends from different parts of life inside and outside of La Trobe. We offer students with a wide variety of both formal and informal events and training such as parliament tours, trivia nights, student campaigns, debates, seminars with guest speakers and a lot more, open to anyone interested in politics, social and environmental policy, and the labor movement.

We have close relationships with the Australian Labor Party, various student unions, organisations, and trade unions across Australia.

The La Trobe Labor Club aims to:
- Encourage a diversity of ideas and opinions within the labour movement
- Engage students in ideas, policies, actions, events, and activities relevant to the labour movement
- Highlight the importance of workplace rights and minimum working conditions
- Highlight the importance of Trade Unions and unionism within Australia

Our Club with Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations and the Arts, Tony Burke MP

Contact on social media:
Instagram: LTU Labor Club
Facebook: La Trobe Labor Club