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Out @ Work

The CTU Out@Work network was set up in 2000 as the Council of Trade Union's network for lesbian, gay, takataapui, bisexual, intersex, transgender and fa'afafine union members.

SFWU has had representation at CTU level since it's inception.  Out @ Work has regular national meetings. The CTU Out @ Work Council works to develop policies and programmes to support and advance the rights of LGBTI workers. You can find information and resources, including details of upcoming events on CTU's Out @ Work webpage .

SFWU LGBTI members who are interested in getting involved can click here to email SFWU Out @ Work coordinators.




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