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Anti-Racism, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

“Canada remains a nation where a person’s colour, religion, culture or ethnic origin are determinants of health that result in inequities in social inclusion, economic outcomes, personal health, and access to and quality of health and social services” Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA).

HPPH recognizes, values, and supports people of all, but not limited to, abilities, ages, ancestries, appearance, citizenships, colours, family statuses, gender identities and expressions, health status, immigration statuses, Indigenous identities, marital statuses, national and ethnic origins, places of origins, political affirmations, religions and spiritualities, sexual orientations, and any socially determined circumstances, such as income, housing, and education.[1]

HPPH commits to eliminating any racist or discriminatory practices within our organization and within our public health work. To achieve this, we integrate anti-racism, equity, and inclusion approaches in all our organizational processes, programs, services, and practices.

HPPH pledges ongoing commitment and acknowledges this work requires continuous action and effort.

[1] adapted from Ontario Human Rights Commission. Ontario Human Rights Code. May 18, 2023.

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