Date(s) - 02/02/2019
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Regina Global Citizen Awards
Program at 7:30 PM | Doors @ 7:00PM – FREE & open to all!
A part of International Development Week (IDW) celebrations: Feb 2-9. All IDW events: http://earthbeat.sk.ca/events/idw
The 29th Annual Global Citizen Award is celebrating the theme of “In It Together”, recognizing inspiring Saskatchewan people working towards global citizenship, global cooperation, justice and peace.
Join us in Regina as we celebrate the contributions of these amazing Saskatchewan people:
– Rhonda Rosenberg
– Cheryl Stadnichuk
– Kyla Wendell McIntyre
(see bio excerpts below!)
Free, delicious appetizers from Chef Milton of Skye Cafe & Bistro. This event is FREE. RSVPs are not mandatory (but appreciated): email@example.com or 306.757.4669.
This year, celebrations will offer a chance to recharge and remember that we are all “in it together” – this planet; this community; this work to achieve dignity, justice and peace for all.
The awards will spotlight work that is based on shared goals and values, mutual respect, solidarity and our shared responsibility as global citizens..
Rhonda has been working with the multicultural community in Saskatchewan for 20 years in a variety of roles. She has been the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) Executive Director for the past 9 years, bringing expertise and experience in multiculturalism, anti-racism, education, youth leadership, experiential education, cross-cultural education, non-profit management, and policy governance.
Rhonda has worked intensively using transformative drama with youth and adults to explore racism and discrimination and find opportunities for positive change.
Cheryl grew up in Guernsey, SK, and has been passionate about international and social justice issues since high school. Cheryl was one of the many Tools for Peace activists in the mid-80s who paired with farmers, church activists and health activists to conduct educational workshops around the province about Nicaragua.
Since 1996, Cheryl has been the researcher for CUPE Saskatchewan, and has been acting in an advisory role for their Global Justice Committee for most of the last 15 years. Her insightful analysis has made her an invaluable resource for Saskatchewan and Canadian trade unions and NGOs seeking to deepen their relationships and engagement with similar groups in the global south.
KYLA WENDELL MCINTYRE
Kyla is a peace builder. She works alongside students from diverse countries, cultures, languages, and perspectives, teaching English as an Additional Language, creative writing, and mindfulness. In 2017, she developed a Mindful Creative Writing course that helps develop compassion, tolerance, peace-building skills, authentic communication, self-confidence, conflict resolution, and kindness for self and others. She is helping to create a culture of peace while giving the practical skills to achieve this.