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Register for Anti-Oppressive Communication: Part 2
Conflict Resolution workshop Join us online on Monday, February 6th at 2 p.m. (ET) for Anti-Oppressive Communication: Part 2.

This workshop will provide you with a more in-depth practical training session to complement Anti-Oppressive Communication: Part 1. Those who couldn't attend Part 1 can still participate and benefit from this informative session.

For those who wish to watch Anti-Oppressive Communication: Part 1, visit our YouTube channel here.

Date: Monday, February 6th
Time: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. (ET)
Venue: Online via Zoom

ASL interpretation will be provided for this event.

To attend, please register here.

Feel free to submit a question in advance while registering to ensure it is asked during the webinar!
Your instructor:

Douglas Stewart has worked as an equity trainer, dispute resolution officer and as a Chief Human Rights Advisor. His work focuses on the field of organizational change management, diversity, human rights and cultural competence.

Equity encourages artists from all equity-seeking groups to access our Mental Health & Wellness program and to attend the online Webinars. Facilitating participation of historically under-represented communities in these and all of Equity’s activities is a fundamental commitment to Equity’s membership.

As artists across the country return to work in the live performance industry, it is imperative that we consider the impact the pandemic has had on each of us and the importance of using our training to create a safe and equitable workplace. Equity gratefully acknowledges the Government of Canada for the funding of these programs through the Department of Canadian Heritage, Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund (CPAWRF). / Equity tient à remercier le Gouvernement du Canada, qui a financé le Programme de réactivation par le biais de Patrimoine Canada et du Fonds pour la résilience des travailleurs du secteur des spectacles sur scène du Canada (FRTSSSC).


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