$30 – $125

Cultivating Consent Culture: Principles & Practices

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Wychwood Barns

601 Christine Street

Second Floor

Toronto

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This is a workshop that uses the anti-oppression frame work to understanding rape culture and the mechanisms by which it manifests inside arts and community spaces. Practices and principles for fostering brave spaces and a culture of consent will be explored, along with problematizing existing models and practices. Prevention and responses to disclosure are key principles for this workshop. This session is ideal for artists, organizers and administrators in arts and community spaces across disciplines. The session is deeply rooted in transformative justice practices and a culture of care built on meaningful, survivor centred interventions.


*No prerequisite.




  • Wheelchair accessible, with elevator access. There are automatic doors to enter either side of Wychwood Barns where we are located. The door to our studio is wide enough for mobility devices but not automatic.

  • Gender neutral accessible washroom on 2nd floor, wide enough for mobility devices, but with no automatic door. Gendered accessible washrooms on ground floor, wide enough for mobility devices and with an automatic door.

  • Please make all ASL requests in writing to Rania@raniawrites.com at least 10 days before the event to ensure availability of 2 interpreters.


This event is facilitated by award winning artist, anti-oppression educator & B Inc program director Rania El Mugammar.


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Wychwood Barns

601 Christine Street

Second Floor

Toronto

Canada

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