Action Committees

Volunteers supporting the advancement of diversity and inclusion

About the Action Committees

The Public Service Pride Action Committees (ACs) form an important part of the broader Public Service Pride Network, which exists to support the advancement of diversity and inclusion related to 2SLGBTQIA+ persons across the federal public service, year round.

Through standing and ad hoc committees, the ACs are intended to enrich ongoing efforts and discussions by bringing the lived experiences of 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals into the discussion in a structured manner.

What the ACs do

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Support the work of the Public Service Pride Network

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Provide a safe forum for 2SLGBTQIA+ employees and their allies to connect and discuss issues related to the promotion of a healthy and inclusive work environment for 2SLGBTQIA+ employees

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Serve as a consultative body from an 2SLGBTQIA+ lens and will raise awareness on issues that impact 2SLGBTQIA+ employees in the public service

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Amplify diverse voices and tear down the systemic barriers to reaching a truly inclusive workplace by serving as a consultative body and a guiding force in building an innovative, professional and respectful organization

Standing Committees

Gender Identity and Expression Action Committee

  • Brings together transgender, non-binary and gender-diverse public servants to support and advocate for their diverse communities
  • Focus on policies impacting community members and training and education around their issues and experiences

Policy and Outreach Action Committee

  • Outreach to other equity-seeking employee networks to identify and collectively advance shared issues
  • Policy analysis and developing positions and recommendations on various issues on behalf of the PSPN

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