Dear IAMAW Local Lodge 850 Members,

We are pleased to underscore the vital role played by our Human Rights Committee in upholding the values of equality, fairness, and dignity within our community. As we advocate for the rights of every individual, the committee stands as a beacon of inclusivity and unity.

Why the Human Rights Committee Matters:

Our Human Rights Committee is dedicated to promoting and protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms of every member within our diverse community. It serves as a forum for dialogue, education, and action to address issues related to discrimination, harassment, and social justice.

Everyone is Welcome:

We want to emphasize that the Human Rights Committee is open to all members. Your unique perspectives and experiences are valuable assets in fostering a culture of understanding and respect. Whether you are a long-time member or new to our community, your voice matters, and your presence is welcomed at our meetings.

Join Us at Our Next Meeting:

We invite each and every one of you to join us at our upcoming Human Rights Committee meeting. Your participation is not only encouraged but crucial to the success of our collective efforts. Together, we can create a workplace and community that embraces diversity and ensures the rights of all members are protected.

Meeting Details:

  • Date: First Wednesday of Every Month
  • Time: 5pm
  • Location: The Lodge

How You Can Contribute:

  • Share your experiences and insights.
  • Participate in discussions about human rights issues.
  • Collaborate on initiatives aimed at promoting inclusivity.
  • Stay informed about our ongoing efforts and campaigns.

By joining the Human Rights Committee, you become an advocate for positive change and an essential part of our commitment to creating a fair and equitable environment for everyone.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact [email protected].

Thank you for your dedication to human rights, and we look forward to seeing you at the meeting!

Best regards,

IAMAW Local Lodge 850