Representatives of CUPE 1001 and UWindsor administration met March 24 to sign a new collective agreement. From left: 1001 recording secretary Shirley Knight; UWindsor vice-president for equity, diversity, and inclusion Clinton Beckford; 1001 president Darrell Strand; 1001 vice-president Sabrina Montgomery; and UWindsor president Robert Gordon.
Doctoral student Ronnie Haidar and Clinton Beckford, UWindsor vice-president for equity, diversity, and inclusion, are set to host a symposium today of more than 35 community organizations exploring ways to advance EDI values.
With employment in a relatively high-risk industry and the temporary nature of their residency, treatment of migrant agricultural workers with critical illnesses is often interrupted by the end of their contracts. Learn more in the online presentation “Migrant Worker Health Care in Windsor-Essex County” at 3 p.m. Friday, March 24.