Pink is the theme for our photo pages this issue thanks to the anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day and the DHB admin pay equity claim Pink Tuesdays.
Out@PSA ran a Pink Shirt Day Competition in October asking members to create displays to promote the anti-bullying day. The winning entry (above) came from the Infant, Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health Service, Te Awakairangi, Hutt Valley.
See more photos from Pink Shirt Day, the DHB admin workers' equal pay claim Pink Tuesdays, and other PSA events in our Around & About photo gallery below.
Thanks to all our members who supported the PSA’s Aotearoa Wellbeing Commitment during the election campaign. We’ll be continuing this campaign for a commitment to universal basic services.
Here’s why writer and campaigner Max Harris believes universalism is so important.
The right to work is a fundamental human right - but people with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or sex characteristics (SOGIESC) continue to experience discrimination in workplaces which can sometimes force them to leave.