“We are delighted to offer these scholarships each year to recognize the outstanding talent of the youth of our province and our union." — Jerry Earle, NAPE President
Public Services International, a Global Union Federation, is recognizing the contribution's of the world's young people and urging support for young workers.
Hoping to make positive change and tell the story of from the perspective from the front-lines, HSABC/NUPGE compiled a number of their insights in a recent submission to the B.C. government's Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth.
“No one should feel alone or scared to talk about mental illness, and anything we can do to help, we will.” — Scott Cloney, MGEU Youth Committee Chair and 4th Vice President.
Imposed pension changes miss the mark, says HSAA/NUPGE.
Ottawa (01 Dec. 2013) - The focus of this year's World Aids Day by the World Health Organization (WHO) is on HIV and young people.
Did you know that there were 35.3 million people living with HIV in 2012, with 2.1 of those people being adolescents. According to the WHO, many young people do not receive the care and support that they need to stay in good health and prevent transmission. In addition, millions more adolescents are at risk of infection.