Introduction to Identity and Systems
Intersectionality, Unlearning and Relearning
Beyond Equal Opportunity, Dismantling Injustice
Providing knowledge building for the betterment, generativeness and effective work in cross-cultural situations, evolving from diverse perspectives, interests, experiences and needs.
To be anti-racist is to actively examine the power imbalances between racialized people and non-racialized/white people by Identifying, challenging, changing and or eliminating structures, policies and practices, behavior, values and attitudes that uphold and perpetrate systemic racism
Aiming to eliminate discriminatory behaviors, our training program unpacks the socially normalized and learned behaviors by creating awareness and equipping persons with the tools to adjust their “socially-accepted” reactions.
This training is specifically developed for Talent Professionals, equipping them with tools to increase Diversity and Inclusion in the hiring, management and development processes of their organization.
Specially tailored for HealthCare Leadership and Staff, this session, developed on the foundation of Global Health Equity, offers relevant content and tangible takeaways to improve Diversity, Equity and Inclusion across the organization and industry.
Context and understanding are critical to the effectiveness of training, especially when delivering culture and identity focused content.We offer different types of Train-the-Trainer Certification Programs that meed the needs of your role and or organization overall.
Cultivating environments of inclusion and belonging by bridging educational gaps and creating competent Allies who are then able to progress into Accomplices.
This program follows the ideology of people as spaces - where folks can increase their awareness and competencies to become safe rather than structural space.
These track-oriented workshops can be delivered virtually and in-person, whether just one person or for your entire team. Our Safe Space Training Program is the best way to become the most competent one can be.
Purposed Features & Partnership
A Guide for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility
Learn how to successfully conduct Critical Cultural Conversations
The Complexity of Identity: “Who Am I?”
An introduction to the history of the movement and a strategy for how to participate in it
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