Members of the Brock community are invited to nominate their peers for the Accessibility and Inclusion Recognition Award.
Presented annually to one Brock employee and one student, the award is given to individuals who have contributed to a community free of discrimination.
The purpose of the award is to foster stronger allyship and encourage discussions about dismantling barriers that impede access to equality.
Recipients of the award will be chosen by the Anti-Ableism and Mental Health Committee (AAMH), and Nominations will be open until Friday, Nov. 24.
Award winners will be announced at an event Monday, Dec. 4 to coincide with the celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities the previous day.
Visit the Human Rights and Equity website to learn more about the Accessibility and Inclusion Recognition Award and to nominate a Brock student or employee.