Equity & Inclusion Dialogues

A Spectrum Of Identities: Exploring Power And Privilege In Our Local Context

The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Diversity invites you to attend this workshop.

Objective: To develop common language around terms such as power and privilege and to explore what this means in our local context.

Why do our identities matter? Identity informs who we are, how we see the world and how we learn. Using a black/queer/feminist lens, this interactive workshop will encourage participants to explore the spectrum of identities with a critical lens on power and privilege in our local context.

 

Blackness and Belonging: Understanding Anti-Black Racism's Impact on our Society

Presenter Bio:

Anthony is the Training & Development Consultant in the City of Toronto’s Confronting Anti-Black Racism Unit. Through coordination and delivery of strategic learning and education sessions to City of Toronto staff, he is responsible for the implementation of anti-Black racism training and development curriculum based on the Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism. The Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism is the result of a collaborative effort between the City of Toronto and Torontonians of African descent.

Deep Diversity Learning Series: Uncovering Our Bias and Blind Spots

Annahid is a master Agent of Change. She spent her early career years organizing national political campaigns and moved into the slower and deeper work of shifting consciousness. With a foot in the inner realm of psychology and the other in the outer realm of systems change, Annahid weaves both together in a compelling approach that is uniquely crafted to each client organization she works with.

HUMAN RIGHTS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS

Catherine L. Peters, Partner, Hicks Morley
Catherine Peters is a partner in the firm and the Chair of the Hicks Morley
Human Rights Practice Group. She is also the Chair of the firm’s Diversity
Committee. Catherine provides strategic advice to clients on a wide variety of
human rights, employment law, labour relations, and administrative law
matters, and represents clients before arbitration boards, human rights
tribunals, and a variety of administrative tribunals. A significant component of

Implicit Race Bias and Faculty Practice

Workshop Title: Implicit Race Bias and Faculty Practice

Presenter: Arlo Kempf, Ph.d

Date: November 29, 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location: North Campus, T132

 

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities - Lunch Panel - December 3, 2020 - North Campus, T 132

Session: Enhancing the Success of Students with Disabilities

Opening Remarks: Adam Benn, Manager, The Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity & Chair of Humber’s AODA Committee

Panel Discussion:

Monica Khosla, President, IGNITE & EDI Taskforce Member
- Changing Perceptions

Christopher Schiafone, B.A.SC Psychology, University of Guelph-Humber
- Understanding the Needs of Students with Disabilities

National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women - December 6, 2020

National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women

On December 6, 2019 we remember the 14 (fourteen) female engineering students at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal who were murdered in 1989 by an act of gender-based violence. On this date we commemorate the lives of all women who have experienced gender-based violence.

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