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Regional Human Rights Committees play an active role in the education of members, employers and communities about human rights issues.  They act as a resource to members on human rights issues, as well as a hub of activism.  These committees are established in accordance with Section 15 of the PSAC Constitution which enables the establishment of regional equity committees representing any of the equity groups, or human rights committees, representing all of the equity groups.  

Michelle Neill, Chair

Today is International Human Rights Day and the Public Service Alliance of Canada condemns the Harper government for continuing to undermine and attack human rights, both at home and internationally.

Forty PSAC Atlantic women gathered in Halifax this weekend extended their solidarity to the 420 striking museum workers in Ottawa. This photo sends their message and a $400 collection has been sent their way. 

There was more than Santa and Mrs. Clause at the 24th annual Miramichi Parade of Lights.

In an article published in The Telegram from Wednesday, October 14, REVP Jeannie Baldwin highlights the remarkable work of Newfoundland and Labrador lighthouse keepers and the threats their jobs are currently under.

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