Access to basic human rights including water, food, and housing – is increasingly at risk or out of reach for many communities in Canada and countries around the world. As a union, our fight today and every day is to raise the standard of living for all workers, secure decent and safe working conditions, and help build equitable communities everywhere.
PSAC Social Justice Fund (SJF) is organizing a delegation to travel to Guatemala in the spring of 2024 to work with and learn from grass roots organizations empowering communities.
PSAC’s Social Justice Fund is proud to support the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Partners in Pride program with a donation that will help fund the health and human rights of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities in sub-Saharan Africa. The contribution aligns with the 2023 Pride season, an annual celebration of the progress we’ve made, and a reminder of the work that still lies ahead for 2SLGBTQIA+ communities.
PSAC Social Justice Fund, in collaboration with the Union of Northern Workers (UNW), is allocating $60,000 for emergency relief to support the residents of the flooded communities of Fort Simpson a
PSAC opposes the use of Canada Pension Plan (CPP) funds to take water out of public hands in Brazil. The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is buying 45 per cent of Igua Saneamento, a Brazilian s
April 24th marks the grim anniversary of one of the world’s worst industrial disasters that killed at least 1,132 garment workers and injured more than 2,500 when the Rana Plaza building collapsed
Canada must stop suppressing the will of the Haitian people and must urgently begin working with civil society to move the country towards truly free and fair elections.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is joining Public Services International, Doctors Without Borders, the Trade Justice Network and other unions to call for the federal government to help ensure
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