Earlier this year, we lost a true hero of the union movement, Lina Cabaero. Lina's life's work was to support the marginalised and most vulnerable. Whether it was in her early days in the Philippines opposing the Marcos regime, or in her later work supporting migrant women in Australia, Lina saw collectivism and the labour movement as the best vehicle for transformative change. She was also an ardent supporter of the arts and music. From 2001, Lina was the coordinator of Asian Women at Work, where she worked to empower migrant women workers in low-paid and precarious employment. In this role, she helped countless women to improve conditions and wages, recognise their own capacity for organising and leadership, and to find community and support. In fitting tribute, Lina's family are establishing the Lina Cabaero Women Scholarship and I would urge anyone who was touched by Lina's work or friendship to support the fundraising campaign to ensure Lina's legacy continues to be felt by generations to come. Lina was a proud member of the Australian ServiCes Union for over 20 years and is sorely missed by everyone in the trade union movement. Vale Lina Cabaero.