Click on the icons below to access the Office of Access, Inclusion, and Compliance’s web pages and resources.

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Language Access at Extension website

Professional Learning

Training resources for employees that build capacity in inclusive programming

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Civil Rights

Resources for civil rights compliance

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Disability Resources

Learn more about disability, reasonable accommodations, and inclusive practices

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Call to Action

Extension’s Strategic Commitment to Inclusivity & Anti-Racism Work

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Guidance Document Library

Document library including nondiscrimination statements, demographic information templates, language access infographics and much more

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Anti-racism Library

Resources on the history of racism in America, anti-racism work,  white privilege, understanding the Black Lives Matter movement, and more

Understanding the land-grant context in Wisconsin library

Resources on the history of land-grant universities, Extension, and the indigenous communities within the geography of Wisconsin

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Employee Resource Groups and Task Forces

Promoting and sustaining a positive and inclusive organizational culture

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Wisconsin Idea Internship Program

Summer internship program for UW-Madison students to explore potential careers in Extension

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Expanding Access Quarterly

e-newsletter featuring our commitment to diversity and inclusion in our staff, programming, and activities

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Outreach Tools

Use the media network map to reach your diverse audiences

Learning Community for Inclusive Organizational Citizenship
Cohort-based professional development opportunity exploring identity, privilege, power, and change