A calendar from the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility lists significant cultural and religious observances.
A panel discussion Thursday will consider the impact of the residential school system on First Peoples of Canada.
The Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility (OHREA) is accepting submissions for the annual OHREA Awards.
The current deadline for submissions for funding through the Women’s Campus Safety Grant is October 31.
The Women’s Campus Safety Grant Committee is accepting applications for funding for initiatives to promote safety for women on campus.
What does feminism mean today? What does it look like?
Writer Nicole Baute will discuss what it means to identify as a feminist today in a free public presentation Thursday, March 7, in celebration of International Women’s Day.
Baute is co-editor of EAT IT, a collection of women’s writing on food and gender politics due out this spring. Her fiction has been published in Joyland Magazine and The Feathertale Review, and her journalism has appeared in Toronto Life, Open Book: Toronto, and several Canadian newspapers.
Dion Carter, equity and human rights manager, and Denise Livingston, administrative assistant in the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility, staff a booth during Accessibility Awareness Day activities Tuesday in the CAW Student Centre. Students, faculty and staff learned about a variety of topics during the day-long series of sessions on the theme “Building an Accessible Community.”
About 1.85 million people in Ontario have a disability—one in seven Ontarians. Over the next 20 years, this number will rise to one in five.
Agnes MacKillop, compliance assistance training officer with the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario Keynote Speaker, will discuss how we can all help to ensure they are able to participate fully in society in her free public presentation, “Join our Journey toward an Accessible Ontario,” as the opening keynote of today’s Accessibility Awareness Day.