rainbow walkway outside Dillon HallMembership in Pride at Work Canada makes its resources available to all UWindsor students, staff, and faculty.

Partnership promoting pride at work

The Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility (OHREA) has taken out an institutional membership for the University of Windsor in Pride at Work Canada. This resource is opened to all University students, staff, and faculty.

Pride at Work Canada offers institutional education and guidance to organizations that make a commitment to supporting LGBTQ2+ inclusion. Employees and students at the University are invited to take advantage of the membership benefits.

Membership offers a range of services for employees, including lunch and learns, facilitated discussions, workshops and webinars, as well as practical tools and frameworks to help adopt a strategic approach to drive strategy forward. Pride at Work also customizes its programs and services to fit the needs of partnered members.

In addition to sessions for staff and faculty, it has designed workshops, webinars, discussions, and presentations that are open to student participation, on topics as varied as:

  • LGBTQ2+ Inclusion in the campuses,
  • Identifying and being an effective LGBTQ2+ Ally,
  • Intersectionality with the LGBTQ2+ community,
  • Importance of an effective GSA Group in the campus, and more.

Use your UWindsor email to access the membership benefits by visiting https://prideatwork.ca/.

Should you have any questions, contact employment equity manager Diane Luu-Hoang at D.Luu-Hoang@uwindsor.ca.