PSA delegates, led by National Secretary Brenda Pilot and President Paula Scholes, gather for Congress 2010.
Congress is held every two years and is the PSA's top policy-making body. The 2010 PSA Congress was held on September 21-22 and attended by 150 delegates from around the country.
Congress highlights included:
* Paula Scholes elected unopposed as PSA President for a second term;
* Delegates supporting changes to the current sector structure to more accurately reflect the communities of interest within the PSA; and
* Delegates voting unanimously to support the Fairness at Work campaign led by the Council of Trade Unions.
What the politicians had to say:
Watch speeches to Congress 2010 by Grant Robertson, Labour's spokesman on state services, and Tony Ryall, the Minister of State Services, both setting out their vision for the public sector.
You can also take a look back at Congress by exploring this wonderful visual recording of the key themes and moments from the two-day event.
More about congress
For more details about how the PSA Congress is run, click here.