Human Rights Advisory Services

Human Rights Advisory Services
Human Rights Advisory Services


The Human Rights Initiatives Award

The Queen's Human Rights Initiative Award is given annually in recognition of initiatives that have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of equality and human rights at Queen's University 

The Women Recreated Mosaic Project

The Woman Recreated Mosaic Project was a year-long project that celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the Queen's Human Rights Office. Artists from Queen's and across the world came together to create two mosaic paintings based on an original work by Leo Yerxa. Each mosaic consists of 72 individual paintings

The End to Hate Project

The End to Hate Project is part of a series of initiatives developed by the AMS Social Issues Commission and the Queen's Human Rights Office to respond to the issue of hate groups and hate activity, and to educate community members about these issues

Safe at Work

The Safe At Work Ontario is the Ministry of Labour's strategy for enforcing the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Read more...

Positive Space Program

The Positive Space Program brings visibility and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer communities at Queen's. It was developed and is co-sponsored by the Human Rights Office, the Ontario Public Interest Research Group and the Education on Queer Issues Project

National Day of Remembrance

On December 6, 1989, 14 women, individuals at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal, were killed in a gender-based act of violence.Read more...

Understanding Each Other: Preceptions of Accent Authority Among Classroom Instructors At Queen's University

The Human Rights office, working in collaboration with the Public Service Alliance of Canada Local 901 (PSAC 901) and the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) has designed an on-line survey aimed at determining if and how educator's accents affect teaching experiences at Queen's.Read more...