George Brown stands with, and in support of all Black students and employees. The College acknowledges the systemic racism Black, Indigenous and other racialized people face. The journey ahead involves listening to hard conversations, self-reflecting on our own biases and complicity, and creating real change within the community.
Office of Anti-Racism, Equity and Human Rights Services (OAREHRS) promotes fairness, equity, accountability and transparency at George Brown College. Our ofﬁce manages human rights complaints, advises and raises awareness on diversity and inclusion. The OAREHRS team is responsible for matters that fall under the following GBC policies, and the relevant legislations that govern those policies: Human Rights Discrimination and Harassment Policy; Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Policy and Protocol; AODA Accessibility Policy; and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-415-5000 Ext. 3668 for further inquiries. All of our services are confidential.
Check out our Diversity Calendar for upcoming cultural observances.
How can we help you?
Learn how we’re working to end racism in our community with our anti-racism policy, anti-Black racism resources and training and more.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) became law in 2005. See how we achieve our obligations under the act through our policies and training.
Find out more about our campaigns, resources and how our Human Rights Advisors can help you.
Sexual Violence Response
Here you’ll get information about how to disclose and report sexual violence, our policy, emergency contacts and how we can support you.
Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy
See how we’re following regulations regarding matters related to information access and protection of privacy and learn how to complete a freedom of information request.
Freedom of Expression
Check out our freedom of expression policy which applies to college faculty, students, employees and visitors.
Read our policy to see how we collect, use and disclose the personal information of students, prospective students and alumni.
Casa Loma Campus: 160 Kendal Ave., Room C221
- OAREHRS Reception | Ext. 3668
- AODA Coordinator | Ext. 4610 | email@example.com
St. James Campus: 200 King St. E., Room 126
- Human Rights Advisor | Ext. 4609 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sexual Violence Response Advisor | Ext. 3450 | email@example.com
Waterfront Campus: 51 Dockside Dr., Room 230
- Human Rights Advisor | Ext. 5385 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Acknowledgement of Traditional Land: We would like to acknowledge that George Brown College is located on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of New Credit and the land of other Indigenous Peoples that lived here over time.