[community] FW: AEHR Awards Call for Nominations
jfoster at ocadu.ca
Fri Jul 28 17:13:27 UTC 2017
Email from the City of Toronto's Equity, Diversity and Human Rights Division re: Access Awards. Read more below.
FYI and Appropriate Distribution
Forwarding the below and attached information on behalf of the City of Toronto's Equity, Diversity and Human Rights Division.
The "access award" is presented to a person or persons who have made a significant contribution towards improving the lives of people with disabilities by integrating them into all aspects of society. Please give some thought to the people you know who are making a difference and nominate them.
Also please do circulate this opportunity throughout your networks.
Lorene and Elvin
From: Anita Liu
Sent: July-26-17 9:21 AM
Subject: AEHR Awards Call for Nominations
It's that time of the year again--nominations are open for the annual Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards!
Every year, the City recognizes the achievements of people who, or programs that, made a difference in Toronto by eliminating discrimination and barriers to equality. There are five awards (descriptions are attached):
* Aboriginal Affairs Award
* Access Award for Disability Issues
* Constance E. Hamilton Award for the advancement on the status of women
* Pride Award for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Trans and 2-Spirit Issues
* William P. Hubbard Award for Race Relations
If you know of anyone, or organizations, that fits this criteria, you may submit a nomination here:
Please feel free to disseminate to your network.
With warm regards,
Anita Liu, MSc.
Consultant, Equity & Diversity
City Hall | West Tower | Equity, Diversity, & Human Rights
14th Fl. 100 Queen St. W | Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
E: anita.liu at toronto.ca<mailto:anita.liu at toronto.ca>
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