This is a one-day training that aims to deepen participants' understanding of racism, its impact, and strategies to combat it. It is suitable for individuals interested in understanding and combating racism, across all sectors, and aims to promote inclusive and equitable practices in organizations.
Join us for a one-day course on Understanding and Combating Racism at the Institute on Governance (IOG). Racism is a global issue that continues to affect individuals and communities, hindering progress and impeding the realization of human rights. This course aims to provide participants with a deeper understanding of the nature of racism, its effects, and strategies to combat it.
- Understand the nature and causes of racism
- Explore the impact of racism on individuals and society
- Develop strategies to combat racism in your personal and professional life
- Foster a deeper understanding of diverse perspectives and cultures
- Promote inclusive and equitable practices in your organization
Who should attend:
This course is ideal for individuals from diverse backgrounds who are interested in understanding and combating racism. It is relevant to professionals across all sectors, including business, government, and non-profit organizations. It is also suitable for individuals who seek to expand their knowledge and capacity to address racism and promote diversity and inclusion.
The course will be conducted in person at the IOG campus, located at the IOG office (60, George Street). Our experienced faculty will deliver the course through a combination of lectures, interactive discussions, and case studies.
Facilitator: Gerard Etienne
Advisors, resident subject matter experts, and enablers: Dr. Holly Ellingwood, Roxanne Dubé, Dr. Michelle Johnson, Dr. Clyde Ledbetter.
Guest Speakers: Richard Sharpe, Nicholas Thompson, Shanese Anne Steele.
Don't miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and capacity to address racism and promote diversity and inclusion. Register now for the Understanding and Combating Racism course.