Human Rights and Equity Office

Human Rights and Equity Office
Human Rights and Equity Office

Welcome to the Human Rights and Equity Office. Our office offers four services:

Access the Human Rights Advisory Services website

Access the Equity Services website.

Access the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response website.

Access the Accessibility Hub (A11YHub) website.

  • Call for Nominations - 1 Month Until the Deadline!

    Tri-Awards Nominations Deadline to nominate is only a month away!!

    Nominations for this year’s Tri-Awards are open. Each year the Human Rights and Equity Office honours individual and group accomplishments in the areas of employment equity, accessibility and human rights. If you know an individual, group or organization who you’d like to recognize, submit a nomination.

    Any member of the Queen's community including students, staff, faculty, or alumni, as well as members of the general Kingston community and surrounding area who have an interest in Queen's University may submit nominations.

    Deadline to nominate is: January 13, 2020

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    New Blog Post! Eight “Good Practices” for Engaging in Courageous Conversations

    In this blog post our November blogger, Andrew B. Campbell, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens University, shares with us a set of recommendations to navigate the difficult conversations that lead us to positive change

  • Dr. Terri Shearer (Deputy Provost (Academic Operations and Inclusion), Stephanie Simpson (Associate Vice-principal, Human Rights, Equity, and inclusion), Patrick Deane (Queen's Principal and Vice-Chancellor) standing together. 

    Positive Space 20th Anniversary Celebration

    A huge thanks to all attendees for joining us during our celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Positive Space program. To find out more information about the Queen's Positive Space program visit the Positive Space website. To register for a positive space information sessions check out our Education under "In-person Sessions". 

  • The Bubble Map Exercise - concept map drawn of a person's identity as they see it.

    We See the World as We Are - October Blog Post

    In this blog, our contributor Kevin Collins, the Student Development Coordinator at Queen’s, writes about the importance of understanding our own identities in order to learn how to navigate differences respectfully

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    Our Services

    Visit our About Us page for more information on the different services our office offers. 

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    Learning Catalogue

    Please visit our Learning Catalogue for more information on our different training opportunities and to request a specific training.

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    Follow Us on Social Media @HREOQueens

    Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook @HREOQueens.