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Join the Human Rights & Equity Office’s 2022 Learning Challenge

Enhance your knowledge of human rights, equity, anti-racism, accessibility, and more.

Queen’s University’s Human Rights and Equity Office (HREO) invites the campus community to take part in its 2022 Learning Challenge

Running from February to the end of April, the challenge involves a set of virtual and self-paced learning opportunities designed to give you a foundational understanding of human rights, equity, anti-racism, accessibility and sexual violence prevention and response. 

“The HREO Learning Challenge provides community members with an opportunity to demonstrate their support and commitment to anti-oppression through the acts of learning and unlearning,” says Erin Clow, the HREO’s Associate Director of Education and Learning. “Already, engagement with this initiative has surpassed expectations, demonstrating our community's genuine commitment to greater inclusion and equity on campus.”

Those participants who complete five educational training sessions by April 30, 2022, will receive a Certificate of Completion. The Learning Challenge is open to faculty, staff, and students, and the educational offerings have been specifically tailored for each of these groups. 

Learn more about the HREO’s 2022 Learning Challenge and how to register.