This webinar talks about the appropriate amount of space an ally should take, learning to recognize the boundaries of their fight and how to effectively support those around them.
Registration is open until the Friday before the Online Land Registration Act training program. Cost for this program is $650 plus HST and registrants have the first two weeks to review the materials and the final week to complete the assessment.
In this webinar, we will discuss the different ways workplaces can provide accommodation to their workers, and how to move the conversation from accommodation to inclusion.
The term ageism is a socially constructed way of thinking about older people based on negative attitudes and stereotypes about aging. It can often ignore the needs this demographic has and the valued contributions they can make. In this webinar, we will look at ways of challenging age bias in the workplace.
For almost 50 years the NCLP has brought together criminal law practitioners from all areas of the profession. We are known for our top-quality educational content delivered by our faculty of Canada’s finest judges, Crown Prosecutors and Defence Counsel. Join us in 2020 from July 6-10th at the Victoria Conference Centre in beautiful British Columbia.
Conversations around diversity and inclusion can create some discomfort and guilt for those who don’t identify as “diverse”, especially with respect to the notion of privilege. This webinar will explore strategies and tools that can be used to contextualize the notion of “privilege” and its historic and systemic origin, while managing and acknowledging individual feelings and experiences.