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EDI Roundtable Series: Accessibility

  • October 19, 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Hosted via Zoom
  • 418

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The third in a series of six thought-provoking discussions on equity, diversity, and inclusion.

What does it mean to be truly accessible?  Most often discussed in relation to accessibility is mobility (is our building accessible with an elevator, ramps, etc.), but there are many facets to accessibility that are important to think about in moving towards more equitable practice, both at an individual and organizational level.  Accessibility should encompass an intersectional and holistic view of the non-profit sector: it considers mobility, safety, digital literacy, equipment, funding structures, and more.  This session will dive into what it an accessible organization and sector looks like, and provide recourses and strategies to increase accessibility within your organization and across the sector.

This panel discussion will be recorded and may be used for further educational purposes. Participants will receive a copy of the recording.

PANELISTS

Sam Mason, Accessibility Coordinator, Voice of Albertans with Disabilities

More to come!

CONTACT US

If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at emma@ecvo.ca

Hosted in partnership with:

Centre for Race and Culture | LinkedIn

THIS PROGRAM WAS MADE POSSIBLE WITH SUPPORT FROM OUR FUNDERS

                 

The Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations empowers volunteers and non-profits in Metro Edmonton.

Learn more at ecvo.ca

For membership inquiries, email:

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or call 780-801-4720

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Suite 255, Bonnie Doon Professional Centre
8330 82 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T6C 4E3

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