PRINT: There is Strength In Numbers by Lara Watson

PRINT: There is Strength In Numbers by Lara Watson

PRINT: There is Strength In Numbers by Lara Watson

Support the First Nation Workers Alliance and score yourself a high quality print of Lara Watson's stunning artwork "There is Strength In Numbers".

Our extremely limited run of hand-numbered and signed prints sold out in record time. For those that missed out, we're having 100 more prints produced to support the FNWA (First Nations Workers Alliance).

Watson is a Birri Gubba woman from Central West Queensland and the Indigenous officer with the Australian Council of Trade Unions. She has worked in the union movement for 16 years, contributing to numerous Indigenous campaigns with unions, including the fight for Muckaty, Queensland Stolen Wages and the NT Intervention.

For Watson, the union movement is not made strong by one person or one group of people. It’s strength lies in people from different backgrounds, places and experiences coming together as one.

The theme of ‘There is Strength in Numbers’ aims to represent just that. Read more about Lara and the print here


  • Strictly limited run of 100 prints
  • A1 size, print only (not framed)
  • Printed on high quality, Australian-made 120gsm Grange Laser Paper
  • Free shipping Australia wide
  • All proceeds go toward helping the FNWA fight for the rights of First Nations Workers
  • Note: these run of prints are not signed or numbered

The First Nations Workers Alliance stands proudly against racist Government policies that discriminate against First Nations workers in Australia. 

Thanks to their work, the racist and punitive Community Development Program (CDP) will be wrapping up in 2023. However, there’s still a long way to go to ensure the rights of First Nations workers continue being progressed.

Your contribution will help to make sure that the CDP is replaced with something better and fairer, not another system that continues to punish First Nation's workers. 

Click here to find out more about joining the FNWA