Equity and Human Rights

Discrimination & Harassment

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Paul Mayne, Western News

Western is committed to barrier-free access for all who study, work and visit our campus.

Western is committed to providing a learning and working environment that is free of harassment and discrimination.  All students, staff and faculty have a role in this commitment and have a responsibility to ensure and promote a safe and respectful learning and working environment in their interactions with other community members. 

Equity & Human Rights Services supports Western’s commitment by providing support, education and advice on matters or concerns relating to harassment and/or discrimination.  Any student, staff or faculty member who experiences or learns of behavior that may be harassment or discrimination must report the behaviour to Equity & Human Rights Services. 

To report behaviour that may contravene Western’s policies on non-discrimination and harassment, please use the Discrimination and/or Harassment Reporting Form.

We invite you to explore this portion of our website to learn more about discrimination and harassment.