Pasefika

PSA Pasefika is a network to encourage the involvement of Pacific Island peoples in union activities and decisions.

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The role and function of PSA Pasefika within the PSA is to:

  • Identify relevant issues from PSA pacific island members
  • Build PSA membership amongst pacific island people within areas of PSA coverage
  • Provide leadership within PSA for its Pasefika membership
  • Contribute to the strategic plan Represent the interests of Pasefika membership
  • Facilitate the development of a collective view from Pasefika membership
  • Develop regional structures

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Media Releases

Rangatahi will suffer under plan to close regional careers offices – PSA

Young people in the regions, particularly Māori and Pasefika, could miss out on vital careers advice if the Tertiary Education Commission closes offices in the regions, the PSA says.

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News from the PSA. Network briefs
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Network briefs

Snippets from some of our PSA networks.

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News from the PSA. 2016 PSA annual and financial report
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2016 PSA annual and financial report

Congress 2016 approved our annual and financial report, detailing both our activity over the previous 12 months, and our financial position.

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News from the PSA. PSA Congress 2016
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PSA Congress 2016

On September 20-21, more than 150 PSA delegates from across the country gathered in Wellington for two days of discussion, debate and decision making.

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News from the PSA. PSA Congress coming soon
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PSA Congress coming soon

Every second year, more than 100 PSA delegates from across the country gather for our biennial Congress.

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News from the PSA. Equal pay for Māori and Pasifika
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Equal pay for Māori and Pasifika

Women in the workforce are consistently paid less because of their gender.

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