Pathways to Human Rights, Education and Actions

The Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity (the Centre) engaged the Humber College community in a participatory and consultative process to obtain feedback on Humber’s Human Rights Policy and Human Rights Complaint Resolution Procedures in 2018. As a result, Humber launched the revised Human Rights Policy and Human Rights Complaint Resolution Procedures in December 2018.

The Ontario Human Rights Commission requires that all employers provide ongoing education and training on the organization’s human rights policy. All Humber employees (full-time, non-full-time, work-study) are required to update their knowledge of Humber’s Human Rights Policy and Complaint Resolution Procedures.

We understand that non-full-time faculty may experience scheduling challenges to attend a weekday human rights training session and for this reason, the Centre is also offering training sessions on Saturday mornings for non-full-time faculty.

Please note: All Humber employees who have attended a Humber Human Rights Training session prior to August 2018 are required to refresh their knowledge of Humber’s Human Rights Policy and Complaint Resolution Procedures.

 

In Class & Online Workshop:

Humber is committed to providing an inclusive environment free from discrimination and harassment. To this regard, Humber’s Human Rights Policy was revised in December 2018.

Goal of the Workshop: To increase and reinforce employees' awareness of Humber's Human Rights Policy and its implications for action.

Participants at the training workshop will:

  1. Increase their understanding of key Human Rights terms and concepts in order to more effectively prevent, recognize and respond to human rights related concerns;
  2. Receive resources that will assist in enhancing inclusion at Humber; and
  3. Receive Humber’s Human Rights Policy.

View the workshop schedule or Register for a workshop.