PCS members will be marching against racism on the United Nations International Anti Racism Day this Saturday in London, Glasgow and Cardiff.
The demonstrations on Saturday 17 March are being organised by the campaign group Stand up to Racism which PCS supports.
Members on the London march will be led by the PCS samba band. Branches are encouraged to support the marches and take along their branch banners. PCS flags and placards will be available on the day.
Details of each march are available on the Stand Up to Racism website.
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: "PCS has consistently campaigned against racism and all forms of discrimination in the workplace and society at large. People are experiencing very real crises in living standards, job security, the availability of housing, school places, GPs and other vital services. Many people, echoing the myths churned out by much of the media, are blaming immigration and scapegoating minority groups. The key to combating the rise in racism lies in combining anti-racist action, making the positive case for immigration, with campaigning against cuts in public services, low pay and insecure work. We stand in solidarity with all those marching and standing up against racism.”