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Workshops & events

Workshops for Faculty | Equity at McGill

Workshops for Staff | Equity at McGill

Workshops for instructors and students | TLS

Workshops offered by the McGill Equity Team

The Equity Team in the Office of the Provost provides ongoing opportunities for staff and faculty to build capacity on equity-related topics.

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It Takes All of Us

This program, mandatory for everyone at McGill, is an essential piece of our University-wide response to sexual violence. By completing this program, you are helping to create a safe and inclusive learning environment for everyone on our campuses. 

Events & programs


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Inaugural Symposium on Black Transnational Perspectives in Social Work in collaboration with Howard University

This landmark event promises to be an enlightening and impactful gathering that will foster necessary discussions, build bridges, and contribute to the advancement of social work.   

The event is taking place on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, at La Citadelle, located on the 3rd floor of 410 Sherbrooke West.

The delegation from Howard University comprises Dr. Cudore L. Snell, Dr. Sandra Kalu, Dr. JaNeen Cross, Dr. Tracy R. Whitaker, Yaniqe Williams-Adeniji & Dwayne James

Kindly RSVP here by Sept 29th.

Thursday October 20th - Leacock 232 - 4:30pm

The Black Student Opportunities Annual Event is an opportunity to hear from and celebrate the achievements of McGill’s Black students who have participated in various academic and experiential learning programs. From community internships to summer research opportunities and awards, the diverse experience that the students share will inspire the next cohort of applicants, while the cocktail reception will allow for links to be built.

We hope you can join us in this exicting evening highlighting the outstanding opportunities available to our University’s Black student community.

McGill University is on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous peoples whose presence marks this territory on which peoples of the world now gather.

For more information about traditional territory and tips on how to make a land acknowledgement, visit our Land Acknowledgement webpage.

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