March 7, 2019
This annual award is to acknowledge and celebrate individuals or groups who have made a significant or ongoing contribution to the advancement of the two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and intersex (2SLGBTQI+) human rights, equity and inclusion, who are leaders in advancing equality and quality of life for 2SLGBTQI+ people in workplaces, community and globally.
The nominee must be an individual or group who has not previously received this award and who:
- Lives or works within the region of Ontario and identifies as a member of the 2SLGBTQI+ community or represents members of the 2SLGBTQI+ community.
- Takes a proactive role in raising awareness and championing 2SLGBTQI+ issues.
- Is committed to furthering diversity and inclusion in the workplace and promoting social justice for 2SLGBTQI+ people in the broader community.
- Is a leader in advancing equality and understanding for 2SLGBTQI+ people and advocates in the human rights and labour movements to advance the rights and freedoms of the 2SLGBTQI+ community.
- Is passionate about breaking down barriers for 2SLGBTQI+ people everywhere.
- Has promoted 2SLGBTQI+ rights and equality within the labour movement, community, and/or legislative reform.
Actions/activities that could be considered criteria for the Award are achievements, efforts, mobilization, organizing campaigns, notable leadership and years of service.
Please send the name and affiliation of the individual or group nominated to OFL Human Rights Director Carrol Anne Sceviour via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please describe the nominee’s achievements, efforts or leadership and how their 2SLGBTQI+ activism has positively impacted the labour movement and/or their community allies.
February 15, 2019: Nominations Open
April 23, 2019: Deadline for Nominations
April 26, 2019: Recipient Selected
May 2019: Winner Announced
The selection of an individual or group recipient of the OFL Solidarity & Pride Champion Award is based on exceptional achievement and union/community activism that incorporated and promoted human rights and equality for 2SLGBTQI+ people. The OFL Solidarity & Pride Committee will review all nominations and make a recommendation to the OFL Officers. Recipients selected for the award will be honored with a Plaque of Recognition.
For more information on the PRIDE Award, please contact Carrol Anne Sceviour, OFL Human Rights Director at 416.443.7670, or email email@example.com.