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Pathways to Human Rights, Education and Actions

All Humber employees who have attended Humber's Human Rights training session prior to September 2014, are required to attend a 'Pathways to Human Rights, Education & Action' training session.  This includes sessional, contract, part-time, full-time, and work-study employees.  This workshop will increase and reinforce employees' awareness of Humber's Human Rights Policy and its implications for action.

 

In Class workshop:

Humber is committed to providing an inclusive environment free from discrimination and harassment. To this regard, Humber’s Human Rights Policy has been revised and now addresses psychological/personal harassment, also known as “Bullying”. This online training module includes an overview of Humber’s Human Rights Policy within the context of the 17 grounds of discrimination, as outlined in the Ontario Human Rights Code (1962).

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

Objectives:  

  • Increase employees’ understanding of key Human Rights terms and concepts in order to more effectively identify, prevent, and respond to allegations of harassment and discrimination;
  • Identify ways to enhance inclusion at Humber; and
  • Receive an overview of Humber’s Human Rights Policy.

View the workshop schedule or Register for a workshop.

 

eLearning Module:

The Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity ensures that diversity and equity are instilled as values throughout Humber’s inclusive culture.  The Pathways to Human Rights Education and Action on-line training module is developed for all part-time employees including faculty members whose status is part-time, sessional and/or contract.

Please take some time to complete this on-line training module.

Note: Full-time employees are required to participate in an in-person training session.