Research suggests that openly queer blue-collar workers are among the most marginalized in the labour market. To understand the role of anti-queer hiring discrimination in Canada’s blue-collar sector, economist Dr. Maryam Dilmaghani (Saint Mary’s University) and queer health scholar Dr. Margaret Robinson (Dalhousie University) conducted an experiment.
Using Pride at Work Canada’s journey to more inclusive hiring practices with a focus on accessibility and anti-racism, presenters will share strategies to build in belonging from the start.
This webinar will explore anti-oppression and ableism, from disability rights to disability justice as a way to fully support disabled colleagues and employees by identifying power dynamics and taking action today while mirroring what has happened in queer and trans communities in the past.
Join TK Pritchard, Public Education Manager at the Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) of Waterloo Region, for this informative and itneractive workshop on Healthy Relationships. You will also learn about the services and resources available at SASC.