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Discover the secrets of manifestation, goal setting, and personal empowerment that will propel you toward success greater than you ever imagined.

Online webinar // More details/registration: https://www.canva.com/design/DAF6Dt9a3VE/nVgQ2ztZHaXjBtX9AzCmoA/view?utm_content=DAF6Dt9a3VE&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=viewer

How can we embed Accessibility in our EDI (Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion) work so our anti-oppression efforts foster belonging in our diverse workforce and reflect the values of intersectionality and disability justice? How do we do this work without creating increased stress and confusion among staff and board members? While the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is our benchmark for change, it won’t need to be fully implemented until 2025. We can start now by shifting our organizational culture to ensure sustainable change. Start by recognizing the places we get “stuck.” Organizations and non-profit agencies can and should apply access and inclusion principles to programming, board initiatives, and the general organizational culture. This will foster a commitment that goes beyond compliance and the checking off of boxes. To help us get “unstuck,” Fran Odette and Sree Nallamothu present five good ideas from their experience at the Toronto Neighbourhood Centres. Discover how you and your non-profit organizations can respond to the need for an accessible workplace with integrity and accountability.

Speakers: Fran Odette and Sree Nallamothu

Note: Live closed captions available for this webinar.

Refugees are vulnerable and may experience post-traumatic stress because of their circumstances. However, their stories also demonstrate strength and resilience. This workshop provides an overview of the way trauma affects refugee individuals and families emotionally, psychologically, physically, and spiritually. A framework for regulating and resolving the impact of trauma will be provided, along with protective steps to enhance helper well-being. Participants will learn key principles and strategies for working with refugees and trauma, and be better equipped to help refugees recover, adapt, and flourish in the next phase of their lives.

We are excited to announce a Cultural Competence training, in partnership with CultureAlly. CultureAlly is a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) company specializing in impactful and engaging DEI trainings to build more inclusive environments.

In this session, participants will gain an understanding of the importance of inclusive language, recognizing and avoiding microaggressions, and developing intercultural competency skills. Participants will learn about the importance of avoiding microaggressions and the impact they can have. The training will then focus on developing intercultural competency skills, including understanding different cultural norms and practices, being aware of one’s own cultural biases, and learning effective communication strategies for working with people from diverse backgrounds.

Topics to be covered

  • The importance of inclusive language in the workplace.
  • How to identify and recognize our own cultural biases.
  • Strategies for communication in working with diverse teams.

About the Facilitator:
Hannah Stegen (she/her) is a co-founder of CultureAlly and has over 7 years of experience in the DEI space. She previously led the diversity & inclusion strategy at Capital One. She transitioned to diversity & inclusion consulting and has several years of experience consulting with for-profit, nonprofit and government organizations like Condé Nast, Amazon and Indeed. Hannah is passionate about creating accessible workspaces and establishing practices and policies where employees can thrive in their work.


Hosted by Northern Lights College with CultureAlly – Free Online event, Registration: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/exploring-the-world-of-cultural-competence-tickets-763466939167?\

This workshop is for Indigenous or Canadian organizations whose primary mandate is to present visual or media art, as well as independent cultural workers (curator, consultant, researcher etc.). We highly encourage organizations to register at least two participants, so knowledge is shared within the organization. Participants may include board and/or staff from the organization.

Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Time: 1-3 PM EST (please check your local time zone) on Zoom

More Information/Registration: https://indigenous-protocols-test-site.squarespace.com/events/cultura-workers-nov-28

The Newcomers (2022) documentary chronicles the lives of five immigrants facing isolation in small-town Saskatchewan as some of them struggle to find acceptance in their new homes.

The film screening and discussion will take place in the RPL Film Theatre. For those who are unable to attend in person, view the panel discussion online via Zoom.

Organizations need to engage the communities in which they work. This workshop will equip participants with skills and practical ways to engage the public.

We will cover principles of engagement with a focus on equity for diverse community members and offer insight from the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) research on promising practices for intercultural relations. This framework is built on five areas: relevance and impact, diverse engagement and dialogue, youth engagement, integration and equity, and relationship building. It provides opportunities for application for participating organizations.

Facilitated by Michelle Hassler, Executive Director of the Prince Albert Multicultural Council and Yordanos Tesfamariam, Education Manager and trained facilitator at MCoS.

Building Bridges Through Culture takes place Tuesday, November 21 from 10:30am – 12:00pm.

Join us for an exciting Tea Time where we delve into the vibrant world of Métis culture and storytelling!

Immerse yourself in the captivating traditions of the Métis people as we explore their rich heritage and history.

Through interactive sessions and engaging discussions led by our esteemed guests, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of their unique customs and practices.