From The Health Forum NZ page @ Facebook
IF YOU ARE A PORT WORKER WHO HAS SAID NO….AND YOUR JOB IS ON THE LINE, THIS IS VITAL INFORMATION FOR YOU
A legal challenge is underway on behalf of the workers affected by the government’s recent No Jab, No Job legislation. 👩🏽⚖️👨🏻⚖️🧑⚖️
Voices For Freedom is proud to be supporting the challenge filed by employment advocate Ashleigh Fechney and lawyer Sue Grey.
Initial documents have been filed with the Employment Court and more news will be posted as soon as it’s available.
If you are a border worker (port, airport, MIQ) and this legislation affects your employment, please fill in the form linked to be kept up to date with developments and/or become involved as a plaintiff.
Note: Submitting your details does not mean you will be named in the case. It is simply an expression of interest and one of our team will be in touch with you shortly.
P.S. We will be setting up a legal fund for people wishing to contribute financially, so keep an eye out for that announcement.
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BREAKING NEWS … Ashleigh the Advocate, Derek the Advocate and lawyer Sue Grey, I with support from Voices for Freedom filed an urgent application in the Employment Court this afternoon.
We are seeking urgent protection for Crown airport and port employees who resist the draconian Vaccination Order “No Jab No Job” law and prefer not to have this experimental injection that Medsafe rejected for approval as a new medicine due to lack of evidence it was safe and effective.
If we are correct that the No Jab No Job law is unlawful, it will help protect the employment and human rights of many, and will force Minister Hipkins to explain his decisions and actions.
I will keep you posted.
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Further comment from Sue:
Please could affected port and airport workers unite together and assemble lists of affected staff numbers and ways of connecting and sharing information quickly. We would like to be able to explain to the court the scale of the problem and why it would be best to have a single order to protect everyone rather than have to make separate applications for each group.
Earlier post from the forum FYI:
ALL FRONTLINE AND PORT WORKERS!!
(Message below from Sue Grey)
THANK YOU for the amazing support and encouragement with the No Jab No Job Urgent Employment Court injunction application.
Judging by the number of messages, the scale of the problem is even bigger than I imagined.
Please could groups of affected port and airport workers unite together ( so far as you can) and assemble lists for each affected workplace of affected staff numbers with a contact person, and share these to email@example.com.
I suggest groups also set up ways of connecting and sharing information quickly. We have a conference with the Chief Judge at 2.30 today so need this asap before then please. We would like to be able to explain to the Employment Court the scale of the problem and why it would be best to have a single order to protect everyone, rather than have to make separate applications for each group.
NB the current “No Job No Jab” law applies to specific groups of Airside and Port workers. Information we have received makes clear that Minister Hipkins’ intends extending this to ALL PUBLIC SERVANTS and likely to other employees.
We hope judicial overview will help protect employee and other human rights, including informed consent and the freedom to accept or decline medical treatment and experimental treatment.