INRS is committed to providing an equitable, diverse, and inclusive study, research, and working environment for all members of its community so that each person feels respected and valued.
Recognize that the contributions of women, Indigenous persons, visible and ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities are essential.
Be aware that these groups are more likely to be discriminated against in the recruitment, selection, and appointment process for Canada Research Chairs and other research activities.
Embrace diversity in all its forms—race, colour, place of origin, religion, immigration or Indigenous status, ethnicity, ability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, and age.
Maintain equity between women and men, complying with legal obligations in that regard.
Promote equity for everyone (including women, Indigenous persons, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities), not only in recruitment, but also in appointments to Canada Research Chairs and in other activities.
INRS’s goal is to maintain equitable representation of the designated groups in its workforce and adjust its policies and practices for selecting Canada Research Chair candidates accordingly.
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