Anti-Racism & Anti-Discrimination Survey
In January 2022, CSU 52 established the Anti-Racism & Anti-Discrimination Committee (ARAD-C) consisting of seven members representing all bargaining units. The Committee’s creation is based on our collective ongoing commitment to support minority / BIPOC members in the assurance of fair and equitable treatment in the workplace.
Initiated, in part, by the 2018-2019 media exposé concerning harassment at the City of Edmonton, members have requested collective support to deal with racism and discrimination in the workplace. CSU 52 has historically taken a strong position on racism and discrimination by negotiating with employers from their bargaining units, offering workshops for members, hosting a round-table event on harassment in the workplace and speaking publicly about injustice in the workplace.
The Committee’s major goals include:
- encourage and promote anti-racism
- equity and inclusion
- identify issues and challenges experienced by minority members
- provide support to members experiencing racism and discrimination
- build awareness of challenges and issues faced by minority members
- increase participation of minority members
The Committee recognizes that we must be vigilant and steadfast to address racism and discrimination in the workplace. ARAD-C hopes to be the bridge for members experiencing racism and discrimination and to provide resources, support and information.
The Anti-Racism & Anti-Discrimination Committee seek your involvement and ask you to complete a brief 3-question survey.
You'll have until 11:45 p.m. MDT of Friday, August 19, 2022 to complete the survey. After this time, the survey will be disabled.
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