How can we sustain a group that is accountable to its vision and equitable for participants? Whether you are in an established group exploring restructuring or incorporation, or a newly formed collective seeking resources to build accountable and equitable processes, this session has you covered. Topics to be addressed include: different types of group structures and decision-making methods, their pros and cons, as well as steps we can take to foster trust, accountability and equity through structure and process.
Date: Saturday Feb. 4th, 2017
Location: 252 Bloor Street West, OISE, University of Toronto
Accessibility: This training will be held in a barrier free space. Subway tokens are available to attendees by request. There are gender neutral washrooms in the building.
Trainer: Kristiana Clemens is a communicator and facilitator with experience developing policy and process for non-profit groups large and small, including charities, co-ops and collectives. She is currently President of the Community Media Advocacy Centre, Chair of the City of Kingston's Arts Advisory Committee, and a member of two new collectives formed to organize a music festival and community arts events in Kingston, Ontario.
For more information about this workshop, please write to Laura@toolsforchange.net
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