Generic silhouette of five female figures appear on a pink background with the Unifor Women's Department logo in the lower left corner.

The Women's Department coordinates with Local Union and Regional Council Women's Committees to engage members on equity issues and other union priorities. We produce a range of materials including information brochures, policy documents  and legal submissions. 

If you have questions or require further resources, please contact @email

December 6

Unifor marks the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women on December 6 every year. This date marks the anniversary or the Polytechnique Massacre in 1989 in which 14 young women were killed in an act of violent misogyny.  

Download this year’s poster and social media shareables to help spread awareness and end gender-based violence.

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Unifor Education Courses for Women

Webinars are being added to the Education schedule all the time. This includes information on the Women’s Advocate program. They are free to participants by registering at https://onlineeducation.unifor.org/ Check the schedule here.

Information on 2023 Women's Education and Outreach programs.

Women's Advocate Program

A Women’s Advocate is a specially trained workplace representative who assists women with concerns such as workplace harassment, intimate violence and abuse. The Women’s Advocate is not a counsellor but rather provides support for women accessing community and workplace resources. Find more information about Unifor's Women's Adovcate Program here.

Unifor Women's Merchandise

To order Unifor Women's merchandise including masks, pins, pens, tattoos & flags please download the order form by visiting: www.unifor.org/orderform

International Women's Day 2024


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