At SFU, we are dedicated to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive community where we use our humility, compassion, intellect and position to dismantle systemic and cultural barriers. Together, we are creating a community where all feel welcome, safe, accepted and appreciated in learning, teaching, research and work. We are privileged to do this work on the unceded traditional territories of the Squamish, Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, Katzie and Kwikwetlem peoples.
"Addressing systemic issues can seem intimidating, but I believe it’s important that we start from a framework of possibility. We have strengths we can build on. [...]What we’ve heard from our community is that it’s time to act.”
Joy Johnson, Vice-President Research and International
Chair, EDI Executive Sub-Committee
About EDI at SFU
Our goal is to ensure our campuses are welcoming places for everyone to gather and learn and that all who work or study here feel a sense of belonging, inclusion, fairness and mutual respect. We are working to create the conditions that foster a culture of inclusion and a healthy campus environment.
There is important work ahead. We need to amplify our efforts to create a safe and inclusive campus where we can all thrive.
Our organizational partner Pride at Work Canada has created LGBT 101, an inductory course to set the foundation of an LGBT-inclusive culture. SFU employees interested in taking the course can register using the code “SFU10” to receive a 10% discount.
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