ConRes are an eight-hour series of conflict resolution workshops for students interested in developing their conflict resolution skills. The workshops have received rave reviews by their participants and have proven to be an effective learning experience.
The CoRe clinic provides conflict resolution services in areas as varied as neighbourhood disputes, small claims dispute, debts collection, housing disputes, and community/campus disputes. Visit their website.
LSLAP is a non-profit student-run organization that provides legal advice and representation. For more information visit their website.
The UBC Equity Office works to prevent discrimination and harassment on campus through receiving complaints and providing training. You may bring your human rights concerns to the Equity Office for consultation. For more information visit their website.
The AMS Ombuds Office and Advocacy Office work hand-in-hand to assist students who are in conflict with UBC. The Advocacy Office provides assistance and representation for students appearing before the President’s Advisory Committee on Student Discipline (PACSD), or before a senate appeal committee. They also assist students with preparing other appeal packages such as appealing parking fines, decisions by UBC Housing, etc. If you are not sure whether to approach the Ombuds Office or the Advocacy Office, you may reach either one and you will be pointed in the right direction.
AMS resource groups are run by students and aim to support, protect, and celebrate the different backgrounds and beliefs of its membership.
AMS resource groups include:
- Allies @ UBC
- Colour Connected
- Student Environment Center
- Pride UBC
- Social Justice Centre
- Womyn’s Centre
The UBC Disability Resource Centre provides services to students with disabilities by working to remove barriers to academic success. For more information, please visit their website.