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Queen's University
 

Human Rights Office

The Human Rights Advisory Service

Who we are

The Human Rights Office's Advisory Service is a confidential service that assists individuals or groups at Queen's who wish to pursue informal or formal routes of complaint resolution following an incident of harassment or discrimination. Queen's community members, with the help of a Human Rights Advisor, and within the framework of Queen's Harassment/Discrimination Complaint Procedure, may explore the possible course of action that they may wish to take to address the situation.

What we do

  • Provide confidential advice related to human rights and equity
  • Become involved in human rights dispute resolution (as requested by complainants)
  • Provide educational resources
  • Provide training

How to contact us

Human Rights Issues

Aboriginal  

Accommodation

Age

Citizenship

Creed

Disability

Domestic Violence

Marital and Family Status

Gender Identity

Immigrant, visitor and refugee women

Race and Racism

Sex

Sexual Harassment

Sexual Orientation

 Complaints Resolution Process

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000