Webinars

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Our webinars provide you with the latest DEI skills, tools and strategies through virtual training and workshops conducted by experts and designed to be applied easily to your workplace.

Webinars are conducted live online and are included for subscription members at a minimum of once/month.

Upcoming Webinars

Join us to debrief the Government of Canada’s 2021 Budget with an intersectional lens. What is good, what is missing and what should be improved to advance all women in Canada.

Featuring:

  • Sheila North, former Grand Chief of the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO)
  • Anjum Sultana, National Director, Public Policy, Advocacy & Strategic Communications, YWCA Canada
  • Marcie Hawranik, Founder & President, Canadian Equality Consulting
  • Karen Campbell, Director, Community Initiatives & Policy, Canadian Women’s Foundation

Learn more about our speakers and register here.

Date: April 2021 | Time: TBD

What are the impacts of systemic racism and how do the unique experiences of Black, Indigenous and Women of Colour differ? Join us as we explore the answers to these questions in this webinar.

Indigenous Reconciliation

Date: June 17, 2021 | Time: 10:30-11:30 AM MST

Indigenous Reconciliation – An Indigenous History Month Conversation

Join us to learn from Lorelei Higgins on Indigenous relations, Truth & Reconciliation and peace-building. Lorelei is an engaging and dynamic public figure that bridges divides in understanding with empathy and a peace-building lens. She is currently the Anti-Racism Lead at the City of Calgary, a Metis Canadian Cultural Mediator, Rotary Peace Fellow and Positive Peace Activator, Women In Need Society Ambassador, an Indigenous Relations Strategist, and Mrs Canada Globe.

To register for the free webinar and to learn more about Lorelei Higgins, click here.

Pride Month - LGBTQ+ 101 & Allyship

Date: June 24, 2021 | Time: 11:30-12:30 PM MST

Join Canadian Equality’s James Demers for an LGBTQ+ 101 and learn tangible tips and tools to be an effective ally.

To register for the free webinar and learn more about James, click here.

Understanding Intersectionality: Gender Identity and Diversity

Date: August 2021 | Time: TBD

What is gender diversity? What is the difference between sex and gender? Join us as we explore the unique experiences of gender diverse individuals in the workplace and what organizations can do to better include and support their gender diverse employees.

Keeping up with Legal and Government DEI Requirements

Date: August 2021 | Time: TBD

In this webinar, we will be discussing diversity, equity and inclusion legal and government requirements as well as the need to go beyond compliance.

Being LGBTQ2S+ in the Workplace

Date: August 2021 | Time: TBD

In this webinar, we will be discussing the unique experiences of LGBTQ2S+ individuals in the workplace and how organizations can better support and include them through their workplace culture, policies and reporting practices.

Past Webinars

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case for SDG 5

Date: March 2021 | Time: TBD

Join Canadian Equality Consulting's Shefaly Gunjal, and Sandra Espinosa from Global Compact Network Canada and Sustainability Consultant Alicia Richins in this discussion on the role of SDG 5 in Canada, how companies can apply the SDGs in their work and forward gender equality, and key insights from Global Compact Network Canada's Blueprint for Gender Equality Leadership in the Canadian Private Sector.

Learn more and register here.

Racism, Health and Wellness: Black History Month Edition

Date – 25th February 2021 | Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM MST
Join Makda Habtegergesa from Canadian Equality Consulting, Habon Ali, and Soni Dasmohapatra in a conversation around Anti-Racism, Health and Wellness. In honour of Black History Month, we will explore the history of racism and oppression in Canadian history and its resulting systemic barriers today. Within the lens of health and wellness, and discussing how instances of discrimination can impact our bodies physical, Soni will walk us through some practices for self healing and reflection and its importance for building community and solidarity.

Date – 28th January 2021 | Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM MST
Join us on January 28th as we discuss the role of technology in forwarding diversity, equity, and inclusion. We will be discussing the disproportionate impacts of AI and other technologies on underrepresented groups, case studies of how we can use technology to advance DEI, and much more.

To gain access to the webinar recording, sign up for our Subscription Services.

Addressing Gender-Based Violence through Occupational Health and Safety

Date – 17th December 2020 | Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM MST
Join us on December 17th for a free webinar where we will discuss the implications of diversity, equity and inclusion in sustainability. From corporate social responsibility best practices, what needs to change, and the state of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the sustainability sector in Canada.

To gain access to the webinar recording, sign up for our Subscription Services.

Addressing Gender-Based Violence through Occupational Health and Safety

Date – 26th November 2020 | Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM MST
In this webinar, we will be discussing some of the considerations of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) within the context of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).

To gain access to the webinar recording, sign up for our Subscription Services.

DEI and Research

Date – 27th October 2020 | Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM MST
A conversation on how to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in research in post-secondary institutions in Canada, moderated by CEC's own Research Associate Shefaly Gunjal.

Racism, Equity and How to become an Anti-Racist Personally and Organizationally

Date – 08 September 2020 | Time: 12PM – 1PM MST
The Workshop will include a conversation on racial justice, the impacts of experiencing and witnessing racism, and how to build a toolkit to practice anti-racism individually and in an organization.

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