AMES Students debate compulsory unionism

Adult Multicultural Education Services (AMES) students attending the organisation’s city campus underwent a two-session workshop intensive on confident public speaking and debating led by FD trainers Rob Koh, Ajay Kevat and Kim Little. The final session culminated in an Oxford-style debate about whether Australia should turn to compulsory unionism. Speakers from both sides overcame language barriers and their own public speaking fears to make arguments in an impassioned and confident manner. FD is looking forward to further involvement with AMES students in the near future.