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Investigating and Resolving Workplace Harassment - Pocket Guide

Every worker deserves fairness, respect and dignity on the job. And every worker deserves a union that will see to it that these rights are upheld. Our message is strong and clear: harassment will not be tolerated.

Role of the human rights department

Human Rights’ struggles have historically been part of the union since the early days of organizing. We are leaders in breaking new grounds and stimulating changes and in achieving equality and eliminating discriminatory attitudes and practices. Unifor is committed to working towards the creation of a society in which all persons are treated with dignity and respect.

United Workers of Diversity letter to locals

At Unifor National Aboriginal/Indigenous & Workers of Colour/ Racialized Workers Conference held on June 20-22, 2014 as per our constitution, delegates adopted a new name to cover our members who self-identify as Aboriginal, First Nations, Inuit, Métis, Racialized and/ or Workers of Colour. This proud group of Unifor members will now be known as “United Workers of Diversity”.

Human Rights Committee Handbook

Working people understand that we don’t live in a fair society and this lack of fairness extends to our workplaces as well. Racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and discrimination based on disabilities, religion, age, or citizenship status, are daily realities.

March 21 – International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Across the country, Unifor local unions will be recognizing March 21, the International Day for the Elimination of Racism with special events and community actions.

Workers in Transition

A practical guide for union representatives.

To our allies: Everything you ever wanted to know about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Issues…

The LGBT community within Unifor relies on our allies to make our workplaces and our union safe and respectful. In turn, we contribute to building the union and being part of the broader movement for social justice that includes all of us.

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