Inclusivity workshops for first years

17 February 2016

House committees in Kilindini, Varietas, Leo Marquard and Baxter have organised the training of students to conduct HIV/AIDS, Inclusivity and Change Unit (HAICU) workshops for first years during the orientation period.

Around 270 students have been trained as ACEs (Agents for Change Education) to conduct workshops around the intersectionality of HIV, sexual orientation, gender, race and class and making UCT inclusive.

So far, HAICU has facilitated 22 workshops with first years for roughly 1 000 students in the commerce and humanities faculties. Workshops scheduled for the science, engineering, law and health sciences faculty will bring the total to 60.

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