Application to the Addressing Anti-Black Racism/Racism Committee

Motions carried at AMPA 2022 to create a new standing committee, the Addressing Anti-Black Racism/Racism Committee for 2022-2023. The Committee will be comprised of up to 12 members:

- up to 7 members who identify as Black or racialized appointed by the Provincial Council;

- one non-voting member appointed by the Provincial Council from its members, who will act as liaison between the Provincial Council and the Committee on Addressing Anti-Black Racism/Racism;

- one non-voting member from the Provincial Executive, appointed by the President, who will act as liaison between the Provincial Executive and the Committee on Addressing Anti-Black Racism/Racism;

- up to 2 members who identify as Black or racialized may be co-opted; and

- one non-voting Secretariat member, assigned by the General Secretary.


In the inaugural year of the Committee, Provincial Council shall appoint three Members to a three-year term, three Members to a two-year term, and three Members to a one-year term which shall be considered co-options for the purpose of nominations to committees and councils in the following year.


The application form for this committee is now available on the OSSTF/FEESO website


To complete an application, please click here. Alternatively, you can follow the navigation path to access the application: OSSTF/FEESO Website Home page > About Us > How We Are Organized >Provincial Council > Related Links > Application Form > Log in using your Member ID.


https://mcusercontent.com/fd92d8e08ce1d6b287b53b308/files/95d60fcf-851a-216b-2247-9d7728894490/Application_to_the_Addressing_Anti_Black_Racism_Racism_Committee.pdf


Self Identification


https://mcusercontent.com/fd92d8e08ce1d6b287b53b308/files/dd8fde14-5487-ab2b-701b-8d3caa414c64/Attach1_Self_Id_OSSTF_EN_address.pdf

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