President's Task Force on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
A President’s Task Force on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) was established in October 2019 to provide recommendations on the process and actions required to identify and examine obstacles and inequities facing faculty, staff and students at the University of Manitoba.
Chaired by Vice-Provost (Academic Affairs) Diane Hiebert-Murphy, the task force includes senior leaders, faculty members, students and staff members, as well as resource members drawn from relevant units of the University. The committee provided an interim report to the President and Vice-Presidents in May 2020, and will provide a final report and recommendations in December 2020.
Provide your input online to consultation questions
Your feedback informs our recommendations. Thanks to all who participated! The input period has now passed.
Share your personal experiences in our EDI online survey
Thank you to all who shared their personal stories through the online survey. This survey period has now passed.
EDI community experiences survey
Thank you for participating!
A survey was created to better understand UM community experiences of diversity, inclusion and equity. Students, staff and faculty were asked to lend their voices to this important work. The survey is now closed.
EDI Community Consultation
We heard you!
Earlier this year, in-person focus groups were paused due to the Covid-19 situation, but all UM students, staff and faculty were invited to respond online to the focus questions and share personal experiences in our online EDI survey. The input period has now passed.
EDI SUPPORTS DURING COVID -19
The pandemic has intensified inequities impacting Indigenous, Black and racialized communities as well as people with disabilities and members of the 2SLGBTQ+ and student communities. A new handbook for equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) during COVID-19 has been created to connect students, staff and faculty to university and community supports.
News and updates
Diane Hiebert-Murphy, PhD, CPsych
Vice-Provost (Academic Affairs)
Professor, Faculty of Social Work and the Psychological Service Centre
Room 208, Administration Building
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2