The PSA Networks are:
- Eco Network
For members interested in building union activity around climate change and other environmental issues in their workplaces and beyond.
- Deaf & Disability Network
To enable PSA members who are Deaf or Disabled to come together and discuss their issues, and to develop a plan of activities that supports the promoting the interests of Deaf and Disabled people within the PSA
The network for PSA members who identify as non-binary, gay, lesbian, intersex, transgender, takataapui, fa'afafine or bisexual
- Pasefika Network
To encourage the involvement of Pacific Island peoples in union activities and decisions. All members who identify as Pasefika are automatically part of the Pasefika Network.
- PSA Youth
All PSA members aged 35 and under are automatically part of the PSA Youth network.
- Social Workers Action Network
A forum for social work members to come together and organise around the issues facing our community
- Women's Network
To promote the interests of women within the PSA, facilitate the sharing of information and experiences and encourage and support women’s participation in PSA representative structures at all levels
- Te Rūnanga o Ngā Toa Āwhina
The national body representing the interests of Māori members. All PSA members who identify as Māori are members of Te Rūnanga
To join a PSA network
Log in to MyPSA and head to My Networks to join or leave a PSA Network.
Access to the Te Rūnanga web page is available only to members who identify as Māori.