The second in a series of six thought-provoking discussions on equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Intersectionality is a concept we hear thrown around often, but what does it actually look like in practice? We have seen the government implement Gender-Based Analysis training, and other sectors implementing similar trainings and programs, but what about the non-profit sector? How can we consider intersectionality in the context of the non-profit sector, specifically in service and program delivery? This session will touch on how to consider intersectionality in the non-profit sector and highlight resources and strategies for implementation.
This discussion will be recorded and may be used for further educational purposes. Participants will receive a copy of the recording.
Elli Dehnavi, Executive Director of Centre for Race and Culture
Kelly Buckley, Director of Respect in the Workplace for the Employee Services Department, City of Edmonton
Shalini Sinha, Chair of Anti-Racism Advisory Committee (City of Edmonton)
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