41st International Convention - Chicago, IL (2014)


  1. 50,000 Stronger and Beyond
  2. Voting Rights
  3. Building Power: Winning Full Collective Bargaining Rights
  4. The Next Wave
  5. Maintaining Human Services
  6. Urban Agenda
  7. Health Care Equity for All
  8. The Burden of Student Debt
  9. Opposing Social Impact Bonds
  10. Child Welfare Staffing
  11. Growing AFSCME’s Digital Capacity
  12. CEO-To-Worker Pay Ratio Disclosure
  13. Organized, Quality Health Care Interpreter Services
  14. The Pitfalls of a Privatized Safety Net
  15. Limiting Political Spending by Corporations
  16. Occupational Health and Safety
  17. Keeping Medicare Affordable by Reforming Prescription Drug Policy
  18. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Civil Rights Act
  19. National Emergency Medical Services Memorial Foundation
  20. Balanced Budget Amendment
  21. Trade Policies Must Benefit U.S. Economy and U.S. Workers
  22. Building a Well-Funded and Diverse Child Care and Development System
  23. Economic Development Giveaways
  24. Opposing Outsourcing in Corrections
  25. Candidate Recruitment, Screening and Training
  26. Addressing Climate Change
  27. Building a Broader Movement for Working People
  28. ACA Implementation
  29. Critical Incident Response
  30. Corrections in the 21st Century
  31. Supporting Our Veterans
  32. Creating PEOPLE Champions — Building a Stronger PEOPLE Program in a Time of Crisis
  33. In Defense of Public Education
  34. Ending Austerity in the Federal Budget: Investments in Public Services
  35. Emphasis on Safety
  36. Nestora Salgado
  37. Income Inequality in America
  38. Opposition to the ALEC Education and Local Government Agenda
  39. Oppose Sexual Orientation Discrimination by Businesses
  40. Peer Support and Critical Incident Stress
  41. Organizing Retirees to Build Union Capacity
  42. Safe Staffing Levels in Health Care Settings
  43. Protecting the Rights of People with Disabilities and Their Caregivers
  44. Physical Assault on Public Employees
  45. State Laws Preempting Local Employment Regulation
  46. Support U.S. Postal Workers: Boycott Staples
  47. The American Library Association’s Declaration for the Right to Libraries
  48. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program
  49. Bankruptcy Reform for Public Sector Workers
  50. Protecting the Voting Rights Act
  51. Time to Solve the Jobs Crisis
  52. Women’s Economic Agenda
  53. Protecting Medicare
  54. Providing Nutritious Meals in Our Schools
  55. Increase the Minimum Wage
  56. Preventing Fraudulent and Misleading Investment Practices
  57. In Opposition to Privatization
  58. Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)
  59. Paid Parental Leave
  60. Building Power for EMS Workers
  61. Federal Judicial Appointments: The Need for Balance on the Bench
  62. Education And Leadership Development For The Power To Win
  63. Women’s Rights
  64. Unemployment Insurance
  65. Protecting Public Housing
  66. Promoting Union-Organized Family Child Care
  67. Against Outsourcing of Engineering and Design Services for Transportation Projects
  68. Immigration Reform and the Path to Citizenship a Comprehensive Approach to Immigration Reform
  69. Organizing Law Enforcement Workers
  70. Promoting Early Childhood Education Throughout the Nation
  71. Beyond the Challenge of Harris v. Quinn
  72. Improving Data Infrastructure
  73. Labor Unity
  74. Organizing the Unorganized
  75. Pension Protection
  76. Protecting Taxpayers and Workers from Reckless Outsourcing
  77. Reaffirming Our Commitment to a Strong People Program
  78. Retirement Security for All
  79. State Policy Network
  80. Strength, Tenacity, Resilience and the Power to Win
  81. Volunteer Member Organizers
  82. UNCF and the Koch Brothers