Challenging all forms of discrimination including discrimination that occurs on campus remains central to the work of Ontario’s student movement. Despite successful student organising, many students, faculty and staff continue to face individual and systemic discrimination at post-secondary institutions across Ontario. While discrimination is not confined to college and university campuses, overt and covert manifestations that occur on campus, whether in the classroom, lab, library, through institutional policies or at social events, undermines the academic missions of post-secondary institutions
Addressing gender-based oppression and sexual violence and continuing to work provincially to create campuses that are free from all forms of discrimination is essential to creating barrier-free education and safer campuses. For detailed information about the No Means No campaign and provincial support resources, follow the links on this page.