Equity and Inclusion at UBC – Phase II Report

UBC has released phase II of its response to the Implementing Inclusion Report. A Response to the Implementing Inclusion Report- Phase II outlines the activities that have taken place in the past six months as we move forward in our commitment to equity and inclusion at UBC.

Following the Phase I Report released in May 2013 the UBC Executive has accepted and implemented the proposed AVP model as well as some of its associated recommendations. As there are several phases to unfold, the Phase II report outlines the reorganizing activities that have taken place and the main focus moving forward including the search for a new AVP, Equity and Inclusion.

Report highlights

  • The Equity Office has been renamed the Equity and Inclusion Office (EIO).
  • Institutional responsibility for the Equity and Inclusion Office is now shared among four Executive portfolios: Provost and VP, Academic; Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Principal (UBC’s Okanagan campus); VP, Students; and VP, Human Resources.
  • The AVP, Equity and Inclusion has overall responsibility for leading equity and inclusion at UBC, through the Equity and Inclusion Office.
  • Search for a new AVP Equity and Inclusion: A main focus of the Executive in Phase II will be to continue to evolve the structure of how we navigate equity and inclusion at UBC, and to complete the search for the AVP, Equity and Inclusion.

Equity Concerns and Complaints
Faculty, staff, or students with concerns relating to a member of the university community or to a university sanctioned program, event or activity, may consult with the Equity and Inclusion Office for information, advice, support and referrals relating to matters of discrimination or harassment.

Members of both campuses may contact:

Equity and Inclusion Office
2306- 1874 East Mall (Brock Building)
Tel: 604-822-6353
http://equity.ubc.ca/

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2306 – 1874 East Mall,
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