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Initiatives & Education

Are you a staff or faculty member looking for equity education?

Initiatives & Education

Discover programming designed to help our community understand and address systemic inequities, and to create spaces to reflect on what we can do to enact change on and off campus.

 

Equity programs at McGill address the different needs of communities on campus, so that we may bring these into greater conversations around equity. This approach aims to build bridges in order to bring more voices together, so that particular experiences and stories can help facilitate understanding and respect in our collective learning and working environments.

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Workshops for Staff & Faculty

List of workshops offered by the equity team to staff and faculty members in equity education at McGill.

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Equity and Inclusion in the Academic Search Process

This training on EDI in academic recruitment is mandatory for members of academic search committees.

 

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Our Shared
Spaces - Equity Training for Students

A workshop series that creates spaces where students are empowered to foster inclusive and equitable living and learning environments on campus.

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Joint Board-Senate
Committee on Equity

Recommends policy for promoting fair access to academic and employment opportunities, and full participation in the McGill community, for all.

 

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Sexual Violence Awareness
and Education

The Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education (OSVRSE) runs workshops and initiatives surrounding sexual violence education and awareness.

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Mandatory Online Sexual Violence
Education Program

A program for the entire McGill community that strives to create an environment based on respect and consent that is free from sexual violence.

 

 


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

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


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