About Public Service Pride

A network of communities

Flag with a display of Pride colours and the words "Love is Love"

Origins

Public Service Pride (PSP) is a movement that began in 2018 by a network of federal employees committed to making the public service a diverse, safe, respectful, and healthy workplace for 2SLGBTQIA+ public servants.

In 2019, the PSP Network launched the first ever Public Service Pride Week (PSPW) with the goal in mind to send a clear message to Canadians that their federal public service is diverse and inclusive.

Today, the Network represents hundreds of employees across 60 federal departments and agencies.

Membership

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Publications

2021 Summary Report | Public Service Pride Week

Diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility are a priority for the public service and concern us all.  Download the 2021 Annual Report for the Public Service Pride Network, submitted to the Interim Clerk and the Deputy Clerk of the Privy Council.

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2020 Annual Report

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