What's new at SEDE?

Café Collab invites staff, students, faculty and community members to a Year-End Showcase, where we will celebrate this year's successes through an art exhibition. 

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We provide workshops for staff, faculty, and students, delivered by our Equity Educational advisors, on topics ranging from Universal Design to Gender and Sexuality. 

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Join us for a dinner and art-making workshop as part of the IGSF's "The Arts of Trans, Gender Diverse and Two-Spirit Lives Conference" on April 5-7.

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Alternative Spring Break takes place March 5-9, where students have the opportunity to spend Reading Week volunteering with community organizations. 

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Student researchers share their experiences and findings at the first annual Social Equity Undergraduate Research Awards (SEURA) symposium.

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Apply for SEURA

February 2018 marks the second ever Black History Month at McGill, organized by the SEDE office in collaboration with the Black Students' Network.

Read the full schedule of activities and events

The Joint Senate Board Committee for Equity hosted a poster exhibit on Student-led Equity Initiatives, with a special panel dedicated to those of Black students. 

Read more about it here

Cafe Collab hosted an information session dedicated to helping students in the process of resettling to Canada, as part of a larger conversation to learn how McGill can better support new and non-residents. 

 

Find out more about Cafe Collab here

Welcome to the Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office

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We aim to develop an equitable, diverse, and inclusive campus through education. 


Land Acknowledgment

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McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’keha:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respects the Kanien’keha:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.* 

Recognizing the history of where you stand is important, and becoming increasingly common practice when hosting events and activities across Canada. Here are a few tips to remember if you want to make a land acknowledgment before a class presentation, in a written document, or when hosting an event. 

*It should be noted that there is not yet an official McGill land acknowledgment. This is one of the goals of last year's Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Education


Upcoming Events

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