Mar 292015
 

Unknown-61982  – 1 Discrimination on Sexual Orientation

The Canadian Psychological Association endorses the principle that there be no discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation (a) recruitment; (b) hiring; (c) salary; (d) promotion rate; (e) fringe benefits; (f) assignment of duties.(February 1982)

1982 – 2 

The Canadian Psychological Association endorses the principle that there be no discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation – in the education of graduate students with respect to: (a) recruitment of graduate students; (b) acceptance of students into graduate programmes; (c) recommendation of students for scholarships, fellowships, loans, teaching assistantships, and research assistantships. (February 1982)

1981  – 1 Sexual Harassment

The Canadian Psychological Association endorses the principle that psychologists do not condone or engage in sexual harassment in their relationships with clients, supervisors, colleagues, students, employees, or research participants. (October 1981)

1981  – 2 Discrimination in the Employment Areas    

The Canadian Psychological Association endorses the principle that there be equitable treatment – i.e., no discrimination on the basis of sex or gender, or on the basis of marital or parental status – in the employment areas of: (a) recruitment; (b) hiring; (c) salary;(d) promotion rate; (e) fringe benefits; (f) assigment of duties (e.g., in academia: course loads, community service, committee service). (October 1981)

Same Sex Marriage:  Canada legalized it in 2005.

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