Medicine Hat College supports the development of a vibrant, healthy, respectful, inclusive and harassment-free environment. As a responsible member of the college community your behaviour should support the college's goal of providing that for everyone.
The college provides access to people trained to resolve issues of harassment and discrimination. If you have any questions or concerns the Human Rights Advisor will provide you with confidential advice and support.
1. Reject stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination
2. Speak out for a respectful environment
3. Use humour appropriately
4. Avoid gossip and ignore rumours
5. Handle conflicts productively
If you are being harassed or discriminated against:
Alberta Human Rights Commission
United Nations Observances
Inclusive washrooms include single-stalls that are lockable and available to all genders regardless of gender identity or expression. They provide a safe and private facility for everyone, including the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities who require an attendant, and parents of children of the opposite gender.
For more information contact the Human Rights Advisor:
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