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Queen’s students, faculty, and staff come from every imaginable background – small towns and suburbs, urban highrises, Indigenous communities, and from more than 109 countries around the world. You belong here.

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Learn about the resources, programs, and new initiatives that are helping us to build a campus that embraces diversity and empowers all members of our community to thrive at Queen’s.

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QUEEN'S GAZETTE: Diversity and Inclusion at Queen's

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The Provost’s Action Group for Gender and Sexual Diversity (PAGGAS) will help close any gaps in support services and strengthen the campus environment for gender and sexual diversity.

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Queen’s researcher Lee Airton has created Gegi.ca, an online resource that helps students advocate for their gender expression and gender identity human rights.

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Queen’s governance body shares statement of solidarity with Asian Canadians, marking the beginning of Asian Heritage Month.

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Provost Rahswahérha Mark Green hosts regular gatherings that bring together Indigenous students, faculty, and staff for networking and support.

FEATURED EVENTS

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    Decolonization and Indigenization: Finding our Way Along the Path, June 18

    Join us online to talk about how Decolonization and Indigenization can be defined in a variety of contexts and frames of reference, and then bring us to a common understanding of the thoughts and feelings behind each. As both Indigenous peoples and Settlers, this conversational style workshop will allow us to find the ways in which we can collectively and individually work towards becoming more connected so we may build strong and healthy co-existences within the places and spaces we share. We will both teach and share with one another as we work towards achieving respectful, reciprocal, and mutually beneficial changes in our own relationships, and look forward to creating lasting and impactful institutional changes towards meaningful reconciliation.