Join colleagues from across the Atlantic Provinces for a day of learning and networking. Connect with your colleagues, hear from senior litigators, gain insights from the bench, and maximize your advocacy skills. Continue networking at the post-program cocktail reception.
Why should leaders be engaged in the diversity and inclusion conversation? This webinar will explore the role of leaders and share promising practices in engaging leaders as champions and change agents.
Due to the various restriction on gathering indoors - RELANS' usual Conference will be presented in a series of webinars. We are breaking up the content by individual topic segment and presenting them on Tuesdays and Thursdays in October, beginning October 6th.
Think about the last time you were part of a conversation that made you feel uncomfortable. What was your reaction? What did you do about it? Did you feel you could have done something more?
This online event centers Black and Indigenous solidarity through cross-cultural exchanges on environmental racism in Mi'kma'ki. We will bring together speakers and performers to share stories and experiences of environmental racism through storytelling, dance, spoken word, song, and graphic art. Collaborators will describe their experiences and present their original creation in the form of a …
Please join us for a screening of the documentary film, There's Something in the Water, followed by a conversation with producer Dr. Ingrid Waldron, Dr. David Suzuki, and three fabulous frontline community activists (who are profiled in the film).