The LHMU is an organisation of over 120,000 Australian workers, united by the belief in the dignity of workers and the right to fair and just treatment at work. The LHMU are an active union and are passionate about organising to win. The LHMU is made up of people of diverse races, genders and ages, from every State and Territory. The LHMU has different languages, sexual orientations and physical abilities, but the same goal – to be agents of positive social change, to continuously fight for the type of society the union believes in.
We connect people looking for an ethical job or career with employers from the not-for-profit, business & government sectors who see their organisations as contributing to a more equitable, more just or more sustainable world. We focus on community jobs, green jobs / environmental jobs and not-for-profit jobs, but we also include jobs from from all sectors including government jobs and for-profit jobs.
The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre – Queensland is one of two disease-specific, consolidated national prostate cancer research centres. We are an initiative between the Queensland University of Technology and the Princess Alexandra Hospital. The ACPRC – Q's vision is to develop new therapeutics and predictive biomarkers, via a collaborative, transdisciplinary, translational approach. We span discovery science through to clinical evaluation, and are underpinned by leading edge technology. Our activities are greatly facilitated by local, national and international collaborations.
The Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Research Alliance is a partly Queensland government-funded network of Australian and Canadian academic, scientific, and clinical experts and scholars working in the area of prostate cancer. We provide a framework to facilitate the advancement of discoveries, from high tech applications through to validation, preclinical proof of principle, and clinical evaluation. The primary hub of the AC-PCRA is led by the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre – Queensland, which is a collaboration between the Queensland University of Technology, and the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, Australia. A major Canadian collaborator is the Vancouver Prostate Centre.
The Garvan Institute of Medical Research was founded over forty years ago by the Sisters of Charity as a small research department of St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney. Since then, it has grown to become one of Australia’s largest medical research institutions with over three hundred scientists, students and support staff. Garvan enjoys major collaborative programs with national and international institutions and places emphasis on clinical links with hospitals and interactions with industry. All content is managed by the Plone Content Management System. Mooball IT originally provided all technical development to Digital Eskimo. Mooball IT provides ongoing technical development, support and hosting to Garvan Institute.