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Discrimination in the University: Causes, Forms and Paths to Solutions

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What forms of discrimination can be observed on campus? How are they manifested? Is it possible to overcome discrimination, whether racial, linguistic or religious? If so, what are the paths to solutions? The® group and the Communications Department at the University of Sudbury organized an event on campus to mark International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It featured five students from the federated universities of Laurentian University of Sudbury.
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* Professor Osée Kamga (left) with students Timothy Jackson, Serge Dupuis, Lucie Groulx, Jean Goabe and Rosine Twagirimana.

This article is part of In Action since 2002 - Events 2002 - 2021
By Victor Teboul

Victor Teboul is a writer and the publisher of ®, The Tolerance Webzine, which he founded in 2002 to promote a critical discourse on tolerance and diversity. He is the author of several books and numerous articles. 

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