Our project is organizing opportunities for you to learn with us through webinars, workshops and a two-day Learning Institute. Please join us and connect to a community of change.
Wednesday November 16, 2016
9:30 am to 4:00 pm
Brantford Public Library (2nd Floor)
173 Colborne St, Brantford
Parking at Market Centre Parkade (59 Icomm Drive)
This Forum is co-sponsored by the following local and provincial organizations (as well as community volunteers): Grand River Community Health Centre, Brant Community Health Unit, Brantford Native Housing, Laurier University, Immigrant Services Guelph-Wellington, Brant Family and Children’s Services, Ontario Public Health Association, Health Nexus.
Please join us in our journey to create a community of social change focused on:
- Transforming partnerships using principles of equity
• Sharing power and resources
• Talking about equity and anti-oppression
• Exchanging stories
CLiP is pleased to be partnering with local non-profit groups in two Ontario regions to host one-day regional gatherings this November. These learning events offer a unique day for you to:
- expand your perspectives and deepen your knowledge
- gain new tools and skills
- build linkages locally with other people and groups who are passionate about the overall themes of the CLiP project.
A French Regional Gathering for Eastern Ontario will be held in Ottawa on November 25, 2016. More information to follow.
CLiP has vibrant local partners working with us in each region to develop an engaging agenda for each day. Mark your calendars now if you are interested to attend, and join our listserv to receive more details as they become available.
On December 8th 12:00 to 1:00pm, join us as OPHA and Health Nexus release a literature review on Intersectionality, Anti-Oppression and Collaborative Leadership in Practice. This review contains materials and resources that can assist individuals and organizations in developing and sustaining equitable, anti-oppressive, collaborative leadership frameworks to support inclusive partnerships and networks. The literature review synthesizes and analyzes a wide range of research and non research materials in order to provide greater clarity on inclusive, equitable and collaborative leadership in the non-profit sector.
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