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Inclusion and Anti-Racism Education

The Inclusion and Anti-Racism Education provides education and support to students, staff, and faculty members through consultation meetings, workshops, special events, and discussion groups, for example. The Program staff design and deliver:

  • regularly scheduled workshops and events for students, staff, and faculty; and
  • requested customized workshops to meet the particular needs and concerns of any group

The Inclusion and Anti-Racism Education researches and shares “promising practices” related to accessibility, equity and human rights. Share your “promising practices” with us so that we can pass along suggestions to other event organizers on campus.


The following is an example of some of the topics of workshops that we offer. This is not an exhaustive list.
Please contact us by email or by phone (905) 525-9140 ext. 27581 to schedule a workshop or to learn more.

In this workshop, we will discuss what decolonization means and what it looks like in and outside the institution.
Time: typically 1.5 hours in length

Learn how to meaningfully engage with land acknowledgments within our communities and institutions.
Time: typically 1.5 hours in length

Increase your awareness of racism and anti-racism along with concepts including privilege and oppression.
Time: typically 1.5 hours in length

Increase your awareness of anti-Black racism and how it operates on an interpersonal, systemic, and societal level.
Time: typically 1.5 hours in length

This workshop is an introduction to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Learn about key concepts and policies administered by the Equity and Inclusion Office.
Time: typically 1.5 hours in length

Learn how to build inclusion through the everyday use of words and phrases that focus on diversity.
Time: typically 1.5 hours in length

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