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Trump Administration Seeks to Silence Federal Immigration Judges' Union

Read the latest on NAIJ/IFPTE Judicial Council 2's efforts to maintain Immigration Judges' union rights, call for accountability for the DOJ, and advocate for due process and judicial independence. Read more >

CPPP United and Center for Public Policy Priorities Celebrate Staff Creation of Union

The union, CPPP United, joins the NPEU and IFPTE Local 70. The agreement reflects a growing trend of unionization among the nation's over 12 million non-profit employees. Read more >

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03.27.20

Labor Strong: SPEEA and IFPTE Legislative Efforts Deliver for Members During the COVID Pandemic Crisis

SPEEA/IFPTE Local 2001 Legislative Director Brandon Anderson updated staff this week on the union’s legislative progress on the latest COVID relief package moving through Capitol Hill, noting “SPEEA and IFPTE worked closely together over the last week to ensure that our priorities of protecting jobs, CBAs and worker safety were included in the final version passed by the Senate.”

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03.27.20

Broad Coalition of Stakeholders Joins NAIJ's Call to Close the Immigraiton Courts

Rep. Jayapal and Washington State Dems, Chairman Nadler, and Senators Feinstein, Warren and Markey join attorneys, civil rights group, NAIJ/JC 2, AFGE Local 511, and American Immigration Lawyers Assoc. in requesting immediate of suspension of hearings in the name of public safety.

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03.26.20

Manitoba, Saskatchewan Federations of Labour Keep Heat on Provincial Lawmakers

Manitoba Labour Federation President, Kevin Rebeck, continues to urge Provincial leaders to approve 14 days of paid sick leave, saying that, “This protection needs to be available to all workers…”, while the Saskatchewan Labour Federation has called their government’s response, “boutique benefits that apply for narrow groups of people.”.

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03.26.20

IFPTE Supports Big First Step Easing Financial Woes of Workers

IFPTE President Paul Shearon released the following statement applauding last night’s unanimous passage in the Senate of HR 748, a bill funding a wide range of federal initiatives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Women's History Month

In preparation for a new decade of women's organizing in 2020, the IFPTE Women's Solidarity Network has created a guide to assist Locals with integrating equity into our union's work.
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Dominick D. Critelli, Jr. Annual Scholarships

Due to the vast amount of school closures stemming from the COVID-19 public health emergency, IFPTE has extended the deadline for application submissions to May 15, 2020. This extension will allow seniors the time needed to submit the required scholarship application materials.
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Thursday, May 14, 2020 - Friday, May 15, 2020 (08:00 am - 02:00 pm)
IFPTE 2020 Spring Executive Council Meeting

IFPTE's Executive Council members will gather for the organization's bi-annual Executive Council meeting.

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