Jun 09, 2020
Pride flag raised at AUPE Headquarters for the first time
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AUPE raises the pride flag in recognition of Pride Month and the ongoing struggle for equality.
Jun 09, 2020
Left to right: Front: Atul Verma Local 095 Calgary (Vice Chair), Emille Currie, Local 002 Edmonton (Chair), Nova Porquia Local 047 Red Deer, Ai Kaneko Local 006 Calgary, Kelly Steele (Staff Admin)
Back: Ana Neves, Leslie Marquardt Local 071 Edmonton, Jason Pilot (former committee member), Kate Henneberg Local 045 Calgary, Jake Evans (Staff Advisor), Odain Brown Local 006 Edmonton
AUPE’s Constitution sets out the duties of the Human Rights Committee as follows:
The Human Rights Committee shall:
Learn more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the Human Rights Committee’s TRC Brochure!
What are Essential Skills? They are the skills we need to get through our jobs every day. They include: oral communication skills; computer skills; writing and reading skills; mathematics skills; and critical thinking skills.
In 2015, AUPE updated previous Essential Skills documents to help members and Locals develop and access training in their communities and workplaces. The Directory provides a complete list of offerings across the province. The Manual provides a roadmap for activists to set up an Essential Skills program in their workplace or Local.
The Human Rights Committee recognizes these days each year: