Scarborough National Charter on anti-Black racism and Black Inclusion in Higher Education
The Scarborough National Charter on anti-Black racism and Black Inclusion in Higher Education: Principles, Actions, and Accountabilities is a commitment by institutions across Canada to combat anti-Black racism and foster Black inclusion in higher education.
The Charter was a co-creation process involving extensive consultations and collaboration with Black communities, academic institutions, governments, political and civic leaders, and activists across Canada. The Charter recognizes the realities of anti-Black racism and includes concrete steps for action and to ensure institutional and cross-sector accountabilities.
Canada Research Chairs Program (CRCP)
Inclusive Excellence, Public Accountability and Transparency
The Canada Research Chairs Program (CRCP) helps build a community of innovation and accomplished scholars. At UCalgary, researchers are responding to today's challenges through mentorship and contributions to advance UCalgary's commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Dimensions: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Canada
Dimensions Pilot Program
The University of Calgary is proud to have endorsed the Dimensions: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Canada charter and selected to be part of the Dimensions pilot program.
Dimensions recognize that a multiplicity of perspectives, lived experiences, and the overall complexity of diverse individuals foster increased research excellence, innovation and creativity within the post-secondary sector. Therefore, this program takes a multidimensional approach to equity, diversity and inclusion to achieve a future research community where all can thrive.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Research and Teaching Awards
The University of Calgary Research and Teaching Awards Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Pilot Plan was developed to embed a foundational commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the identification and nomination of candidates for external research and teaching excellence awards.
The intended audience includes faculty members who recruit, nominate, sponsor, mentor, and evaluate their peers for external awards, as well as senior institutional leadership, award committee members and staff who support these efforts.