Dates: Friday, September 30th– Saturday October 1st, 2016 from 8-5pm
Location: BMO Learning Centre, 3550 Pharmacy Ave, Toronto, Ontario
This two-day learning event is a first in North America, bringing together innovative trainers and learners to examine intersectional anti-oppression practices within collaborative leadership processes
The Intersectionality, Anti-Oppression, and Collaborative Leadership in Practice conference will:
- Strengthen your knowledge of and skills in intersectional, anti-oppressive frameworks and their application in collaborative leadership
- Enhance your understanding
- Equip you to successfully engage in equitable practices within your leadership roles
- Provide you a comprehensive foundation to identify sources of inequity, such as in health, and how to address them
- Improve your ability to actualize change within your organization and industry
Attendees will explore the following areas from an intersectional, health equity, anti-oppression, collaborative leadership lens:
- Indigeneity, decolonization, and reviewing the context of “Canadian Leadership”
- Race, racialization, and resisting racism
- Women, gender, and demystifying sexism
- Dis/ability, ableism and redefining accessibility
- Sexual orientation, gender identity, and resisting heterosexism and transphobia
- Children, youth, seniors, challenging ageism through the life span
Who Can Benefit from Participating
- If you work in a leadership role in equity-based or anti-oppression-based, non-for profit organizations, human rights, public health, social services, grassroots, or educational sectors.
- If you are trying to incorporate an intersectional social change or social justice framework in your organization, community practice, and among your collaborative partnerships and networks.
- If you want a dynamic training experience that will deepen your knowledge of intersectional anti-oppression frameworks and leadership practices
Please join us in fall 2016!
Contact: Roberta K. Timothy Ph.D.
OPHA CLiP Coordinator