PSI Manifesto for Cultural Workers

26 Apr 2021

The Public Services International (PSI) Education Sector and Culture workers recently adopted a cultural workers’ manifesto, highlighting the challenges and prioritising the demands and strategic aims for the future in support of those who provide such critical support for the culture our society so desperately needs.

Public employees working in the culture sector often are furloughed and terminated as “non-essential” when elected leaders face declining revenues. Cultural workers deserve recognition for their unique and critical contributions to society and to be treated with dignity in the workplace.

PSI's Education Sector and Culture workers recently adopted a cultural workers’ manifesto highlighting the challenges and prioritising the demands and strategic aims for the future in support of those who provide such critical support for culture. The manifesto was written by PCS national vice president Zita Holbourne, who was thanked by the committee for ensuring an ongoing focus on the culture sector.

PSI, to which PCS is affiliated, is calling on unions globally to join in the support for cultural workers and to sign the Manifesto

 

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