At the last Greater Moncton Human Rights committee meeting, members had the pleasure to welcome representatives of the Moncton Cavalier Riding Club, who came to talk about the work their therapeutic riding club does for people with disabilities. This group receives some financial assistance from the United Way campaign therefore if your local would like to have someone come to make a presentation to better inform your members on their work, please do not hesitate to contact your PSAC regional representative, Monique Laplante from the Moncton PSAC regional office for more details.
Sisters and Brothers,
Please find in below the information in regards to the DCL Conference that will be taking place in Moncton, NB from November 3-5, 2017. Deadline to register is Wednesday, October 25.
Regional Executive Vice-President, PSAC-Atlantic
Special thanks to various PSAC committees and our PSAC-Atlantic Director for GLBT members, Wayne Kelley, for having ensured a strong PSAC presence at various pride parades in the Atlantic Region. This year, we participated in the following pride parades:
Halifax, Yarmouth and Amherst, Pictou County and Sydney, NS
PSAC members were invited to join the Greater Moncton Area Council, the Saint John and Vicinity Area Council, UNDE local 60303 & UGSW local 60550 in Fredericton and many labour friends to take part in the various Labour Day activities in New Brunswick.
Great work everyone! Thank you to all participants!
SJF Sponsorship program: For Young Workers (18 – 35 years).
In addition to the subsidies provided to four young workers, the project is open to all PSAC members, who are able to cover their own expenses (see application for details).
PSAC Social Justice Fund invites your members to participate in the next “Education In Action” project in Guatemala for 2 weeks in spring 2018.
Members of the Greater Moncton Human Rights committee and Area Council were surrounded by PSAC GLBT and allies members in the Moncton Pride Parade on August 26th, 2017.
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On December 17 1999, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the recommendation made by the World Conference of Ministers Responsible for Youth that August 12 be declared International Youth Day.
International Youth Day 2017 is dedicated to celebrating young people’s contributions to conflict prevention and transformation as well as inclusion, social justice, and sustainable peace.