The President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC) aims to identify and anticipate issues affecting equity-seeking communities both within the University and relevant to those seeking access to the University, and to advise the President on such issues.
PACBIC Working Groups
Disability, Inclusion, Madness, Accessibility, NeuroDiversity (DIMAND) Working Group endeavours to identify and recommend to the University, through PACBIC, the prevention and removal of barriers that persons with disabilities encounter on the main campus and other McMaster sites as well as through programs, policies, practices, and services provided by the University.
The Indigenous Education Council (IEC) and McMaster Indigenous Research Institute (MIRI) launched the Indigenous Strategic Directions on National Truth and Reconciliation Day – September 30, 2021
The R3 Working Group brings together Black, Indigenous and racialized students, staff and faculty to discuss race-related issues and how to bring down these barriers to ensure all racialized individuals thrive at McMaster