Equity: University Of Lethbridge Joins National Dialogues Series
The University of Lethbridge joins the National Dialogue Series on justice and inclusion.
The aim is to facilitate the discussion in order to develop concrete measures, changes, higher education and the communities where these universities and universities are located.
U L President, Dr. Mike Mahon says that the University of Lethbridge is a diverse campus community where students, teachers and staff from around the world, Note diversity is one of the strengths of the institution.
“We do not take the responsibility to provide a comfortable environment seriously and take the opportunity to continue the dialogue, which requires more diversity and inclusion throughout the post-system and communities as a whole,” Mahon says
The first event of the National Dialogues series focuses on anti-black racism and black inclusion in higher education and will be held on Thursday and Friday next week, October 1 and 2 (from 10:00 AM-2:00 pm Alberta time).
The result of the negotiations should announce the creation of Charter principles and commitments that support the implementation of identified measures and help maintain a sustainable culture against anti-black racism and support black inclusion.
“These are very important discussions for the post-secondary sector and our communities as a whole,” Mahon adds. “By participating in these National Dialogues, we are committed to implementing meaningful changes that improve diversity and inclusion at all levels of post-secondary education. We also see this as an opportunity to promote this debate in our communities as leaders of change for the benefit of all.”