Course Details

Building Thriving Communities: Intersectional Anti-Racism: Anti-Oppression for Social Justice - March 2021

Are you committed to equity and inclusion for oppressed and marginalized populations? Are you dedicated to furthering your personal and professional development? Do you live HHS’ Core Values of Respect, Caring, Innovation and Accountability for all? Then this program is for you.

Building Thriving Communities: Intersectional Anti-Racism: Anti-Oppression for Social Justice is perfect for people who are committed to social justice and believe in equity and inclusion for all. This course can be taken as a stand-alone, but it also builds on knowledge and concepts developed over other CFPD programs, including Two-Spirit and LGBTQIA+ Positive Space Training, Compassionate Cross-Cultural Communication, and Ally in Action to provide attendees with a well-rounded education of equity, diversity and inclusion principles, identifying and removing systemic barriers, and taking personal responsibility for interrupting both interpersonal and systemic oppression

Date Learning Hours Non-HHS Fee($) HHS Fee($) CCHL Fee($) Location
2021/03/02 7 50 0 50 Zoom (address provided after registration)
Sessions:

Date: 02-03-2021 Morning

Date: 09-03-2021 Morning

Course Description:

Building Thriving Communities: Intersectional Anti-Racism: Anti-Oppression for Social Justice

LEADS Domain: Lead Self

Learning Hours: 7

Cost (HHS Staff and Physicians): $FREE

Cost (Non-HHS): $50

Cost (CCHL): $50

Date: Tuesdays – March 2, 2021 AND March 9, 2021

Time: 8:30AM to 12:00PM

Location: Zoom (address provided after registration)

Target Audience:

This course is open to all staff, physicians, and volunteers.

Faculty Team:
Tina Garnett, Human Rights and Inclusion Specialist, Hamilton Health Sciences
Emmeline Gregoroff, Human Rights and Inclusion Coordinator, Hamilton Health Sciences

 

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of this course you will be able to:
 

  • Explain the principles of intersectional anti-racism: anti-oppression.
  • Understand privileged and oppressed locations and identify how intersectionality impacts every individual’s experience of privilege and oppression.
  • Describe dominant culture in Canada and how this benefits members of the dominant group at the expense of non-dominant groups.
  • Learn how individuals can accept responsibility for their role in perpetuating oppression both interpersonally and systematically to bring about equitable change.
  • Begin exploring how they can bring about equitable change for marginalized populations within their own personal and professional spheres.

 

 

 

Special Course Features:

Building Thriving Communities: Intersectional Anti-Racism: Anti-Oppression for Social Justice Resource Manual

 

Individuals who complete the four courses listed below, offered by the Human Rights and Inclusion Team via the Centre for People Development, will receive a certificate of completion:

  • Two-Spirit and LGBTQIA+ Positive Space Training
  • Compassionate Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Ally in Action: Striving for Social Justice in Your Personal and Professional Life
  • Building Thriving Communities: Intersectional Anti-Racism: Anti-Oppression for Social Justice

Folks who have completed all four courses will gain a critical race analysis, share common language & understanding, will have demonstrated their commitment to improving equity, diversity and inclusion at HHS, and will have the tools to be Allies and equity champions on their teams. Folks who complete all four courses may be invited to participate on equity, diversity and inclusion related committees, task forces, etc.

Accreditation:

MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 7 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requiremen