Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism
We’re here to work with students, faculty and staff to advance anti-racism and equity through evidence-based policies, practices and programs.
Our goals based on the 2022-2025 Strategic Plan
Goal 1: Lead and facilitate culture change
Goal 2: Ensure EDI-R leadership is centralized, accessible and accountable
Goal 3: Increase the sustainability of the EDI-R Unit on and off campus
News, initiatives, and upcoming events
On January 18, the Princess Twin Cinema became the stage for an interactive screening of Stephen King’s 'Carrie,' marking a unique approach to sparking conversations around menstruation and challenging societal taboos. The event was hosted by the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti Racism, the Women’s Centre and Changing the Flow, and was a captivating intersection of horror cinema and societal discourse.
Are you a Black graduate student registered full-time in a doctoral program at UWaterloo? The Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism is accepting applications for the “Black Graduate Students EDI-RO Award” until January 15, 2024. To access the application and for details on eligibility please visit our web page.
You can also forward your questions to email@example.com.
From September 25, 2023, to November 24, 2023, the UWaterloo’s Sankofa Network for Transformative Community Research (SNTCR), in collaboration with the University of Waterloo Library, embarked on a mission to enrich the Sankara Pan-African Library. The resounding success of our Book Drive was made possible by the generous contributions and collective efforts of our vibrant community. We are thrilled to share that a total of 48 books were donated to this initiative.
The impact of these contributions extends far beyond the pages of a single book. By supporting the Sankara Pan-African Library, we are participating in a movement that strengthens communities and amplifies subaltern voices while pursing the decolonization of knowledge.
On May 9th and 10th, 2024, the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University will be hosting the 2024 Inter-Institutional Forum of the Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion in Canadian Higher Education.
University of Waterloo Young Liberals, BASE & UWASA invite you to a significant celebration of Black History Month, highlighting Black excellence in politics. This empowering event, hosted in collaboration with the Black Association of Student Expression and the University of Waterloo African Student Union, promises to be an evening of inspiration, dialogue, and community engagement.
A brand new 201 level workshop that aims to equip staff, faculty, and graduate students with knowledge and tools to become intentional allies, community members standing in solidarity, and empathetic advocates for change.