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ALL IN Sessions – Registration

Workshops by Request: Rocky Mountain Series
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FINAL ALL-IN SESSION

Allyship and Solidarity: Tools for IBPOC Changemakers by [email protected]

While we all have a role to play in dismantling systems of oppression this workshop is designed specifically for those who identify as non-white and are working towards the liberation of their own oppressed groups as well as solidarity work with other marginalized communities.

This workshop provides insight and tools aimed at empowering historically marginalized voices to create change in professional settings as well as demand better from those around them. This includes conversational techniques for addressing harmful microaggressions and behaviors.

This session will be online on February 28 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm MST. There is a limit of 20 participants for the workshop so please reserve your spot by February 21 at the latest to ensure you get a spot! We ask that you only register if you are 100% sure you can attend to ensure the spots held will be used!
 
*Keep in mind the sessions from [email protected] are immersive and ask that you keep your cameras on for participation
Allyship and Solidarity: Tools for IBPOC Changemakers While we all have a role to play in dismantling systems of oppression this workshop is designed specifically for those who identify as non-white and are working towards the liberation of their own oppressed group as well as solidarity work with other marginalized communities. This workshop provides insight and tools aimed at empowering historically marginalized voices to create change in professional settings as well as demand better from those around them. This includes conversational techniques for addressing harmful microaggressions and behaviors. Facilitators Ryan Singh Associate facilitator Ryan has over 10 years experience in workshop facilitation and seminarleadership, specializing in anti-bias, anti-oppression, and gender & sexuality.He holds an M.A. in Gender, Feminist & Women’s Studies and a B.A. inSexuality Studies, both from York University. He currently works at YoungPeople’s Theatre, and previously taught Interpersonal Communication atGeorge Brown College. Rima dib Director of Curriculum and Training Originally a professor of Early Childhood Education at Seneca College, Rima has trained thousands of people internationally in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. Certified by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Rima is an expert in Workplace Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Human Rights training, she has authored publications and developed numerous custom programs, delivered keynote speeches to the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, and Bukkyo University in Kyoto, Japan. Multi-lingual (English, French, Arabic) she has been interviewed by CBC News and Radio, CTV News and Global TV as an expert on unconscious bias. About Harmony@Work Harmony@Work provides experiential Diversity, Equity + Inclusion (DEI) training and consulting services that promote a healthy workplace environment. A portion of Harmony@Work profits is used to deliver training to youth and community organizations at little or no cost, in order to fulfill our commitment to building equitable and inclusive communities across Canada. www.harmonyatwork.ca

Presented with support from

Calgary Foundation

With inspiration from PACT and Ad Hoc Assembly.

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