Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights

University of Alberta

Provides a safe and confidential space for members of the University community to speak in confidence.

Service provides:

  • a confidential, neutral, and safe space for members of the University community to speak in confidence
  • confidential disclosure services - maintain intake services for complaints, including an online reporting tool, and provide advisory services
  • advising and consulting on any issue relating to Human Rights, Discrimination, Harassment and Accommodation issues
  • workshops and presentations to members of the University community about disclosure and human rights

Includes, but is not limited to:

  • concerns about safety violations
  • financial mismanagement
  • ethical concerns
  • discrimination and harassment
  • inappropriate research activity involving people or animals

Key Provider: advisors
Yes, Service targeted to University of Alberta:
  • students
  • staff
  • or faculty
Application Process
Service Access: By Appointment, To access service:
  • call or email to book an appointment for a disclosure
  • file an online report using the online reporting tool
  • call or e-mail to make an anonymous disclosure
  • contact or visit website for more information
A disclosure is a concern about wrongdoing or policy breach shared in a confidential, safe, and neutral space. When a disclosure is made, it does not initiate a formal process. Advisors in the Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights will listen to concerns and provide advice about how individuals can proceed. Individuals can then decide if and when to initiate a formal process.
Referral Process: No

Waiting Period: No,
Web Site
Fee: No

Fee Reduction: No

Membership Fee: No

Wheelchair access: N/A -
Other disabled access: N/A -
Last Verified On
December 12, 2022
8602 112 Street
Edmonton, AB, T6G 2E1
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Hours of Operation

Program hours vary.