Coalition campaigns are those which run by other organisations, and which members have decided to endorse and actively participate in. While the Federation plays a role in assisting with on-campus activities, these are not campaigns created by the Federation.

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Public Childcare Now

CUPE BC, in partnership with CUPE National, have launched the "Public Childcare Now" campaign to bring attention to the lack of accessible childcare in the province. The most efficient and cost-effective way to get quality, accessible and universal school-aged childcare up and running quickly is to create spaces in public schools. Learn how you can take action now!

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Care Can't Wait

Long-term care needs a long-term fix. For far too long, seniors in B.C.’s care homes haven’t been getting the care they deserve. The pandemic revealed that our long-term care system is fragile and under strain. Seniors and workers are paying the price. Learn how you can support the Hospital Employees' Union's "Care Can't Wait" campaign.

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End The Shortages

Doctors, nurses and the more than 70 other specialized health professions are struggling throughout the pandemic. Shortages of these professionals have been severe for years. Now, conditions are no longer sustainable. Long hours and crushing workloads are just part of the problem. Many specialized professionals in BC are paid much less than in other provinces. Add your voice to the Health Sciences Association's "End the Shortages Campaign".

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Seconds Count

CUPE 8911 members have launched an ambitious public campaign to raise awareness about critical underfunding and staff shortages at E-Comm 9-1-1. A recent report commissioned by E-Comm concluded that the company is hampered by an understaffed system and recommends that the current roster of 153 full-time call takers and other staff needs to increase by 125 to meet public demand. Add your voice to CUPE 8911's "Seconds Count" campaign and learn how you can get involved.

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Moose Hide Campaign

The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence against women and children. Wearing a moose hide patch signifies your commitment to honour, respect, and protect the women and children in your life and to work together to end violence against women and children. The BC Federation of Students and its member students’ unions strongly agree that everyone must stand together against violence against women and children; together, through teaching and healing, we can end violence against these groups.

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Let's Get Consensual

Let’s Get Consensual is a student-led movement to end rape culture on post-secondary campuses across BC. The Let's Get Consensual campaign's mission is to make campuses safer by providing judgment-free consent education and training, and to fight rape culture on campuses. From condoms to consent training, we do this in a number of ways: poster and media campaigns, workshops and training, safer sex supplies, student outreach and engagement, and much more!

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Students in British Columbia have joined the fight to remove financial barriers to accessing contraception. The Federation ratified its support for the AccessBC campaign, officially endorsing it during our 82nd Semi Annual General meeting on July 17, 2022. Together, we are calling on the provincial government to fulfill their electoral promise and make all prescription contraception free.