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 Campaigning against Workplace Bullying

Here are just some of the many current campaigns and laws that deal with workplace bullying that you may wish to get involved in. For extra impact, targets are advised to campaign where possible with others. This may be with a support group that is a member of the Support Group Network, or if you do not have access to a face to face group, you may wish to join the jfo:i Online Support Group so that your voice can still be heard.


You may also wish to see what action is happening in other countries, as above.

Can you help other victims to take action by submitting current or updated details of campaigns and laws in your country for inclusion on this page? Your contribution will be gratefully received and fully acknowledged on jfo.

Bill C-451 - An act to prevent psychological harassment in the workplace in Canada

Bill C-451, an act to prevent Psychological Harassment and workplace bullying has passed its first reading in the house of commons in Canada in September 2003. It will amend the Canadian Labour code and should pass its final reading in November 2004.

More information

The Bill C-451

Quebec's legislation on psychological harassment

Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence

NSGEU calls for independent whistleblower agency

The Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU/NUPGE) would like to see an independent agency created to hear complaints and offer advice to whistleblowers seeking to expose government and corporate corruption. Public opinion research found that six out of 10 Canadians think whistle-blower protection laws are a good idea and a survey conducted last year revealed that more than two million workers have witnessed serious misconduct where they work but have been afraid to blow the whistle publicly.

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NUPGE-sponsored poll

The case for whistleblowing legislation in Canada: Larry Brown, Secretary Treasurer, National Union of Public and General Employees


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