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Principles of equity, diversity, inclusion and indigenization

On behalf of UNB Diversity Dialogues, we extend a warm welcome to participants seeking to embark on an enlightening journey into the principles of equity, diversity, inclusion and Indigenization (EDII).

This gathering is carefully crafted for individuals eager to explore innovative strategies and engage in thought-provoking discussions, all with the shared goal of fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment, both professionally and personally.

Throughout this session, we will navigate the nuanced landscape of equity, and inclusion, seeking to understand their significance in creating diverse and harmonious spaces. With expert facilitators guiding the way, you'll have the opportunity to uncover practical insights and strategies for dismantling barriers that hinder progress.

As we navigate the intricacies of EDII, this session will also address unconscious biases and their impact on decision-making processes. This workshop stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to building a society that is fair and harmonious. It underscores the importance of celebrating the richness of diversity and acknowledging the distinctive contributions of many cultures in shaping a more inclusive and enlightened society.

The sessions are as follows:

Fredericton campus
Wu Conference Centre, Chancellor's Room
Jan. 31, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Saint John campus
Oland Hall, Room 104
Feb. 1, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Join us as we navigate the nuanced landscape of equity, diversity, inclusion and Indigenization, addressing unconscious biases and collectively committing to building a fair, harmonious society. We look forward to your presence at this impactful event.