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Posters

The Human Rights Office has thirteen posters on human rights issues: human rights (in general), positive space, anti-racism, heterosexism and homophobia, gender issues, sexual harassment and healthy relationships (including consent posters). For more information on the availability of posters please contact the human rights office.

 

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Pamphlets and Brochures

The Human Rights Office has pamphlets and brochures available that can be used to educate yourself or others about human rights-related issues at Queen's University.

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Journal of Critical Race Inquiry

The Journal of Critical Race Inquiry (CRI) is a copyrighted, peer-reviewed, bi-annual, and open-access electronic journal that uses an interdisciplinary approach to feature current research, thoughtful debate, and innovative inquiry into critical race issues. Race is defined as a social construct that has no biological basis, but is nevertheless a fluid, changing and culturally specific concept.

If you wish to access the current journal, or for information on becoming a member or making a submission, please visit the Journal of Critical Race Inquiry 

 

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Library

The Human Rights Office has a library of audio-visual and print resources available for consultation on a variety of human rights issues. The library can be consulted during normal business hours (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5 pm). Please call ahead at (613) 533-6886  or email hrights@queensu.ca

 

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Equitable Queen's

Equitable Queen's is a hub for equity and social justice activism and advocacy at Queen's University.