We recognize the need to accelerate transformation, economic liberation of the marginalized nursing profession, redress of imbalances created by preferential treatment, discrimination, victimization, oppression and favouritism in the workplace that will curb exodus of nursing practitioners.
We recognize the need to afford citizens the access to descent and quality health care as entrenched in the supreme law of the Republic the Constitution act 108 of 1996.
We therefore believe that the employer/s must enable the environment for the provision of sufficient and effective health care in an equitable manner to the citizens of the country and beyond.
The need to improve the working conditions, job security, support for nursing practitioners to be priority whilst balancing both professionalism and trade unionism remains key without sacrificing our robust challenge to the current unjust health models which seeks to degrade and downgrade nursing as a profession.
Therefore, the formation of YOUNG NURSES INDABA TRADE UNION which represents the struggle of thousands of nurses duly constituted to fulfil the vision and mission of Uniting, Empowering Nurses and Restoring the image of our profession, hereby adopts this Constitution willingly for the radical advancement of our profession without fear, favour or prejudice.