Discrimination and Harassment

We strive to foster and protect a respectful environment for work, study, and living that supports the dignity and equity of all members of the University of Alberta. We are committed to a work, study, and living environment that is free of discrimination and harassment, and one which ensures that the University of Alberta will meet both its obligations under law and its ethical responsibilities as an institution of higher learning. These legal and ethical responsibilities include the duty to accommodate and the provision of opportunities to persons who require accommodation based on a protected ground.

Discrimination, Harassment and Duty to Accommodate Policy

This policy establishes general responsibilities related to discrimination and harassment and specific procedures which apply where a disclosure or formal complaint of discrimination or harassment is brought against a member of the university community.

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