CUPE Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct sets out standards of behaviour for participants of CUPE meetings, conferences, conventions and events and is consistent with the expectations outlined in the Equality Statement and the CUPE National Constitution.

The Code of Conduct is designed to create a safe, respectful and supportive environment within all parts of CUPE and acts as a framework to deal with complaints. It is meant to enhance the rights and obligations outlined in the CUPE National Constitution, the Equality Statement, and applicable human rights legislation, not replace them.

The above Code of Conduct arises from the National Women’s Task Force (NWTF) report, and Resolution 209 adopted at the 2007 National Convention.

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