Over the last decade, humanitarian catastrophes have increased across the planet. It is impossible to predict where and what level of humanitarian relief will be needed from year-to-year and equally impossible to respond to all of the natural or man-made catastrophes, which grow in numbers every year.
However we can prioritize our response to those that affect existing partners, where the trade union and social movements are particularly significant and where the defence of quality public services are paramount.
October 5, 2022
PSAC pledges support to Hurricane Fiona and Pakistan flood relief effortsPSAC pledges support to Hurricane Fiona and Pakistan flood relief efforts
October 15, 2021
To eradicate poverty, we must end inequalityTo eradicate poverty, we must end inequality
May 17, 2021
Social Justice Fund supports evacuated communities in Northwest TerritoriesSocial Justice Fund supports evacuated communities in Northwest Territories
November 23, 2020
Social Justice and COVID-19: PSAC responds with new aidSocial Justice and COVID-19: PSAC responds with new aid
October 15, 2020
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty – Dignity for AllInternational Day for the Eradication of Poverty – Dignity for All