PSAC stands in solidarity with the millions of farmers and workers in India that have stood up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi government’s attempt to privatize and deregulate the agricultural econ
COVID-19 has highlighted more than ever the importance of PSAC and the Social Justice Fund’s humanitarian efforts across the globe. The pandemic has revealed deep structural inequalities in our soc
Since the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, many nations have been meeting annually to discuss climate change, prompting the creation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) s
Seven years after the tragic Rana Plaza building collapse, Bangladesh garment sector workers now confront even more risk and vulnerability in the fight against COVID-19.
In March 2019, eleven members of the PSAC, from across Canada traveled to Guatemala with the PSAC Social Justice Fund to participate in the Education In Action (EIA) project.