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Australian Trade Union Archives

The University of Melbourne
Smith, Bruce (Has associaton with )
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Australian Trade Union Archives (ATUA) is an online gateway for researchers and scholars of labour history. It is a registry that links together historical detail, the location of archival resources available in public archives and libraries, published material, and current information about Australian industrial organisations, particularly trade unions, from the late nineteenth century to today.

ATUA is the output of a research database and provides a comprehensive list of trade unions, trades hall councils and employer associations registered under the federal industrial relations system since 1904. A number of organisations that were registered under their respective state's industrial legislation have also been identified and included in ATUA.

Data time period: 2002

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