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Workers around Australia are gearing up for the Fight for Our Rights national day of action on 4 March.

People will be marching for rights at work, penalty rates, a decent minimum wage, jobs, Medicare, education, and public and community services.

The more people out marching on 4 March, the stronger the message we’ll send to Tony Abbott and his government that you don’t come after our rights at work without a fight.