Equity Programs and Initiatives

The Equity Programs at SEDE address the different needs of communities on campus, so that we may bring these into greater conversations around equity at McGill. 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. 

Family Care

Family Care logo: shows three flowers and the Martlett

The Family Care program aims to provide resources and support to all student and staff caregivers at McGill.

Black History Month

Black history month 2018 poster

In 2016, SEDE launched the first ever Black History Month celebrations at McGill. 

Indigenous Education Program

poster for Indigenous awareness week, shows an artistic depiction of a coyote head

The goal of our Indigenous Education program is to privilege Indigenous perspectives at McGill in building bridges and promoting community-based learning.

Social Equity Undergraduate Research Awards (SEURA)

Poster for SEURA, shows lightbulb with innovation words

SEURA allocates funds to undergraduate students who wish to conduct research involving strong components pertaining to equity, diversity, and social justice.

Equity and Community Building Award

someone paints a sign that reads: McGill Votes




This award recognizes the work of students, faculty and staff committed to advancing equity and diversity at McGill.

LGBTQ2I+ History Month at McGill

This year (2018), McGill hosted the first ever LGBTQ21+ history month to honour and celebrate the historical and ongoing contributions and perspectives of the LGBTQ2I+ members of our community.