Equity & Justice Work in the Canadian University: A Panel Series at Congress

As we grapple with the legacies of injustice and systems of exclusion which have shaped our campuses and communities, this panel series responds to the need for meaningful and honest exchange around the possibilities and challenges of justice work in the Canadian university.

This three-part panel series takes place at Congress 2019 and brings together scholars, practitioners, and experts working on equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts across the country to explore the realities and futures of institutional transformations at Canadian universities.

Two Years Later: Responses to the Equity Myth
June 5th, 8:30AM – 10:00AM
AMS Nest — NEST 2601

How Do We Measure Equity?
June 5th, 1:30PM – 3:00PM
AMS Nest — NEST 2306

Equity Work, Care, & Compensation in the Neoliberal University
June 5th, 3:30PM – 5:00pm
AMS Nest — NEST 2306

The Equity & Justice Work in the Canadian University panel series is designed by Dr. Minelle Mahtani, Senior Advisor to the Provost on Racialized Faculty, and Meghan Gagliardi, MSc., from Concordia University.