Situated within the values and frameworks of anti-racism, the session explores the historical foundation of anti-Black racism within Canada and its present day implications on Black communities.
Audience: Students, Faculty and Staff
This online module is available anytime and focuses on ensuring UWaterloo employees are equipped to understand and identify behaviours that may be considered harassment or discrimination.
This credit-free course at Renison University will be facilitated by Kelly Laurila, who is of Sammi Indigenous (Northern Finland) and Irish Settler ancestry.
Through remote online learning, participants are invited to engage with critical readings, videos and films and participate in discussion posts and reflections with one another about reconciliation and what that means for Settler peoples. Everyone is welcome!
Registration deadline: September 10, 2020
Join the FAUW Indigenization Working Group for an informal discussion about Indigenizing performance reviews. The Indigenization Working Group aims to help faculty members better understand and take action on Indigenization and reconciliation efforts.
This foundational workshop is designed to give you an understanding of equity and how our interactions with one another are shaped by systems of oppression, power, and privilege.
Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff
This workshop/presentation focuses on topics of culture, intersectionality, social determinants of health, racism, and White privilege in Canada and Canadian institutions of learning.
Audience: Faculty, Staff and Students
Ask Us Anything: Equity Practice: Teaching and STEM is hosted by Andrew Hamilton-Wright from the University of Guelph. Real people are behind the data and thorny issues that computer scientists aim to solve. By considering the people driving the search for a given solution, as well as those affected by the implementation of a given strategy, we can explore how relatively abstract computational choices have real-world consequences that directly impact people's lives.
This online module is available anytime and focuses on the faculty hiring process and promotes best practices for recruitment and selection to ensure that the committee reaches an unbiased and fair decision.