Canada is built on the traditional land of Indigenous Peoples and much of it remains unceded. Canada is also a multiracial society that has been classified into twelve distinct racialized groups by the federal government which are referred to as “visible minorities.” As in all nations of diversity, racial tensions exist in all spheres of life in Canada – in our social, cultural, political and educational institutions, and in the workplace. Understanding issues related to race, racism and anti-racism is paramount to creating an equitable and inclusive workplace. This workshop will provide you with important knowledge to better identify and understand racism in context. In addition to learning about racist attitudes and practices as contemporary social and political problems, you will learn practical approaches and strategies on how to counter racism and build welcoming and inclusive environments in the workplace.
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The workshop consists of a combination of lectures and directed activities, where questions and exchanges are strongly encouraged.
Why choose BBLN?
In operation for over 20 years, Building Blocks takes a consultative approach to customer engagement to deeply asses the needs. We offer a variety of options for consideration.
All of our instructors have a minimum of 20 years of teaching experience using adult learning theory.
We can proudly say that our customers routinely say we exceeded their expectations and in doing so, we offer many benefits that are included in the service and pricing.
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Building Blocks Learning Network
Building Blocks Learning Network (Building Blocks) is a training company with over 20 years of experience in Adult Education. Our specific expertise includes professional development in the areas of Executive Leadership, Management and Leadership, Coaching, Policy Development, How Government Works,...