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November 14, 2022

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission continues its Employment Equity Partner Lunch and Learn series on December 15, 2022 at 12pm.

Guest speaker Pauline Street, Senior Advisor on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion & Anti-Oppression from the University of Regina, will discuss Equity: The foundation for diversity and inclusion. An overview of the lessons learned during the development of the University of Regina’s EDI & Anti-Oppression Strategy offers valuable insight into leadership team engagement in a large-scale and multi-disciplinary organization.

  • When is it: Thursday, December 15 at 12:00 pm
  • Where is it held: Online using the Webex teleconferencing platform
  • How to register: Email [email protected]

Meet the Speaker


Pauline Streete is the Senior Advisor on Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-oppression for the University of Regina. Pauline is responsible for the development and implementation of overarching EDI Strategy and Action Plan.

Pauline has occupied a variety of positions in the education, public and private sector however, her commitment is to equity, diversity and inclusion where she has occupied space for more than one decade.


Interested in becoming an SHRC Employment Equity Partner?

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission’s equity program is a proactive strategy for promoting equity and preventing discrimination. The goal of the equity program is to encourage workplaces and learning environments to mirror the make-up of the population of Saskatchewan and develop plans to support success. The four equity-seeking groups are comprised of people who identify as: Indigenous, a visible minority, having a disability, and women in underrepresented occupations.


If you are interested in receiving news about future Lunch and Learns or other upcoming Commission events, email [email protected]