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December 12, 2014

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CUPE National Human Rights Conference

Registration is open for the CUPE National Human Rights Conference, themed “Equality empowers us all,” to be held at the Convention Centre in Winnipeg from February 5-8, 2015.

We are at a critical moment for equality and the labour movement. Though we’ve made important human rights gains over time, growing inequality, globalization, privatization and the rise of precarious work threaten the progress we’ve made. CUPE must be a leader in advancing equality. Our efforts benefit everyone.

CUPE activists will gather to share ideas and develop strategies in areas where workers have power: bargaining, organizing, mobilizing and political action.

If you register before December 19, you’ll get the early bird rate: $150 per participant. Registration closes on January 12, 2015.

Application forms for these event services are also available at the bottom of the online registration form:

•           The National Events Assistance Fund

•           Accommodations for persons with disabilities

•           Onsite child care

•           Reimbursement for child or family care

We hope you’ll join us. Send a group from your local.

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