Discrimination in all its forms threatens our country’s rich social fabric, including the workplaces of union members and the communities in which we live. Dividing people because of race, religion, ancestry or any other difference that undermines human rights serves only to weaken our unions and our society.
We commit to standing up for the rights and dignity of everyone in order to promote inclusive, just and respectful workplaces and communities.
The revised Charter of Inclusive Workplaces & Communities highlights our commitment to anti-Black racism, anti-Indigenous racism and all other forms of racism. We urge all our affiliates to adopt the new Charter urgently.