NAWUNational Agricultural Workers' Union
NAWUNorth Australian Workers' Union
NAWUNational Asylum Workers' Union (UK)
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Most members of NAWU have had to engage in manual labour such as picking cotton or set up micro-trading enterprises in order to survive from day to day since losing their husbands.
He added: "We discussed several other ideas for generating income for NAWU, including small-scale honey production and direct sales of organically produced honey and coffee which could be imported into Wales and sold at a premium, and a large proportion of the income returned directly to the producers in Bwera.
In December 1928 a public delegation supported by the Northern Territory parliamentary representative, Harold Nelson, and just months after the decision of the NAWU in August to extend membership to 'Coloured' workers, called on the North Australia Football League to end the colour bar.