CSC’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion

Learn more about the actions CSC is taking to continue our efforts to increase inclusiveness, diversity and equity at CSC. Find out about initiatives, programs, and services.

Services and information

National Working Group for Women Employees

A national working group for women employees was created to identify the barriers faced by women at CSC with respect to recruitment, retention, professional development, promotion, and work-life balance, as well as identifying actions to ensure a safe work environment.

National Employment Equity Survey of Women Employees

Get information on the latest CSC survey to achieve equity in the workplace to ensure employment opportunities are not denied due to reasons unrelated to ability and to correct the conditions of disadvantage in employment experienced by women.

Ethnocultural initiatives

Learn more about initiatives to preserve and promote cultural identity and practices in the federal correctional system.

Ethnocultural advisory committees

Get information on committees providing advice on programs and services to promote offender reintegration and enhance public safety in our society.

Executive Cadre: Statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Learn how CSC’s executive team has committed to learning more about racism, discrimination, reconciliation, accessibility, equity and inclusion to foster a positive environment for staff.

Respectful Workplace Campaign

Discover what steps CSC has taken through this campaign to ensure that staff have the positive work environment they deserve and that it is worthy of their dedication and professionalism.

Features

Quarterly report on Diversity and Inclusion

Find out more about CSC’s progress on initiatives contained in the Minister’s mandate commitment.

Culture change at CSC

Learn more about our actions and strategy to ensure a safe, respectful and supportive environment for all.

Anti-Racism framework and actions

Find out more about our work with partners to discuss our proposed actions in a number of policy areas.

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