The Accord 30 Years On
Approximately 80 participants from business, unions and academia attended an acknowledgement and revaluation of the contribution of the Prices and Income Accord of 1983-96 between the ALP and ACTU to the economic reform of Australia on a consensual basis.
Media Interest in The Accord Symposium
Prime Minister of Australia 1983-91
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About The Accord
The Accord between the Australian Council of Trade Unions and the Australian Labor Party was a landmark agreement that served as the foundation stone of the Hawke and Keating government’s economic and industrial relations policies. Although the Accord is widely credited as helping to modernise and bring greater stability to the Australian economy, its legacy remains highly contentious.