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Unemployment -- New Zealand

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

'Have You Got A Job?' , n.d. [1970s - 1980s?]

Identifier: dlpc00158
Scope and Contents Laminated black and white poster advertising a protest march against unemployment and benefit cuts. Includes a photograph of two children leaning against a railing, plus the text: 'Have You Got A Job? 250,000 New Zealanders Haven't, We've been locked out of jobs - will our kids have the same? March On Parliament, 12.30 Thursday 12 July from Pigeon Park, To Protest Unemployment And Benefit Cuts, We Don't Want Pity - We Want 'Real' Jobs'. Poster produced by Doledrums Access Media Skills...
Dates: n.d. [1970s - 1980s?]

'Unemployment Is A Working Issue', n.d. [1970s - 1980s?]

Identifier: dlpc00180
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster printed in purple and white advertising a march against unemployment. Includes a drawing of a hand holding a piece of paper reading 'Final Pay' and the text: 'Unemployment Is A Working Issue, March: Fri.Sept.18, Assemble: Bunny St. 6pm, Workers Against Unemployment'.Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster is on long term loan to TUEA from Therese O'Connell. The poster has been laminated with a grant made available by the Ministry of Women's...
Dates: n.d. [1970s - 1980s?]