Survey: Black public servants’ experiences

The Federal Black Employee Caucus (FBEC) seeks to address public servants' concerns of anti-Black racism and lack of career progression. PIPSC has participated in these events and joined advocacy efforts to identify and remove barriers that prevent any public servant from fully participating in the workplace and fulfilling their goals.

FBEC is launching a survey to better understand the experiences of Black federal public service employees. The results will be used to inform the FBEC’s diversity and inclusion work pertaining to career progression within the federal workplace. Norma Domey, B.Sc., M.Sc., DTM, PIPSC National Vice President, represents our members in her work with the FBEC Union Advisory Committee.

This is the first time a survey will focus on Black and African diaspora employees within the Canadian federal public service.

If you are Black or from the African diaspora and a federal public service employee, we encourage you to support this work by completing the survey.


The deadline to complete the survey is June 30, 2020.

Responses are anonymous and all information gathered will be strictly confidential.

Please contact if you have any questions.