Education, Training and Professional Development

Cutomized offerings are also available upon request.

The Centre for Indigenous Initiatives
Harassment, Discrimination and Accommodations Response
  • AODA Accessibility Training (cuLearn)
  • Carleton University Safe Space Program
  • Equity and Human Rights – Faculty
  • Equity and Human Rights – Supervisors
  • Equity and Human Rights – Staff
Equity and Inclusion Promotion
  • Cultural Proficiencies for Inclusive Workplaces
  • Equity in the Classroom
  • Inclusive Leadership
Sexual Violence Prevention and Survivor Support
  • Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence
  • Community Responses to Sexual Violence
  • Bystander Intervention workshops
  • Consent Education

Consultative Initiatives

EIC leads or co-leads important university initiatives requiring consultative service. These include the Carleton University Indigenous Strategic Initiatives Committee (CUISIC), the Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Committee (SVPEC) and the Sexual Violence Policy review and consultation process.

Policy Development and Advice

The Department of Equity and Inclusive Communities (EIC) contributes and or leads a number of pan-university decision-making and advisory bodies. We have listed just a few in our Governance and Committees section. In addition, we provide ad hoc advice to any individual member of Carleton university on matters coming within our mandate.

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Case Intake and Resolution

Although there are case resolution implications for all 4 Centres of Focus, this service is primarily delivered in the context of Sexual Violence Prevention and Survivor Support and Harassment, Discrimination and Accommodation Response.

Communication and Reporting

To maintain accountability, narrate university progress integrating Indigenous ways of knowing and learning and engage university human rights, equity, diversity and inclusion performance, EIC will produce reports annual reports showing these measures together with information about departmental activity and impact. This information will inform and improve academic and operational programs and planning across the Carleton University campus.