PCS equalityEquality is at the heart of everything we do.

In the way we organise ourselves and campaign we always strive to ensure we are representing all of our members.

Our equality officers work with members to promote equality and tackle discrimination in the workplace, society and the wider world.

We are committed to ensuring those members in groups currently under-represented in our union’s structures are encouraged and supported to play a full and active role.

We run four national forums for women, black, disabled, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members, which meet regularly to share information and ideas, and advise the national executive on policy.

Latest news

18 Nov - workplace bullying of LGBT people remains unacceptably high - but we can challenge it

10 Nov - mental health at work - video

10 Nov - Workplace bullying survey (TUC)

6 Nov - Equality in Britain today - EHRC report

6 Nov - latest Disability Matters magazine available

4 Nov - Disability history month

28 Oct - PCS Proud counters Germaine Greer's  comments about trans people

27 Oct - latest LGBT Matters magazine available

21 Sept - National Work Life Week - news and videos from Working Families (external website)

As National Work Life Week 2015 gets underway, Working Families has released three new videos based around flexible working.

11 Aug - Experiencing pregnancy at work (external website)

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has released new content on its website around being pregnant at work.

11 Aug - Women want work (external website)

The Trades Union Congress shows that the government's unemployment figures are misleading, especially when it comes to women who want to get work.

10 Aug - Research - Working women and breast cancer (Breast Cancer Fund) (external website)

A new report from the Breast Cancer Fund entitled Working Women and Breast Cancer: State of the Evidence, uncovers elevated breast cancer risk for working women.

05 Aug - New Acas guidance on Equality and Discrimination (external website)

ACAS has updated its guidance on the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010.


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