The Principal’s Implementation Committee on Racism, Diversity, and Inclusion invites all students, alumni, staff, and faculty members to attend a community forum regarding the committee’s work and recommendations. Each forum will include brief presentations on the committee’s initial recommendations and time for open discussion.
In early 2017, Principal Daniel Woolf established the small committee, which comprises students, staff, and faculty members, in an effort to initiate broad, meaningful, and sustained change on racism, diversity, and inclusion at Queen’s, and to ensure lasting change is effected. The committee has been tasked with expeditiously reviewing past reports on these issues and will submit to the principal by March 31, 2017 a list of actions to be implemented that identify priorities, timelines, and measures to evaluate the success of implementation. The committee will not finalize its recommendations until after it has received feedback at the community forums.
The three community forums will be held:
More information on the committee’s work is available on the website, including links to previous reports on racism, diversity, and inclusion at Queen’s.