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Responding to Hate and Discrimination on the Front Line

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Learn to identify discrimination, racism, and hate as well as where to document and report.

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As a frontline service provider, clients you serve may experience hate, racism and discrimination; but how do you recognize it and identify how to best support these community members?

This workshop for frontline service providers will provide simple tools to help you identify discrimination, racism, and hate as well as understand where to document and report.

In order to confront the realities of hate, it is important that helpers in community work to acknowledge the experiences and hurt that hate causes, to understand what we can do to help, and how we can ensure people have access to remedy.

*** PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT IS FOR ALBERTA RESIDENTS. IF YOU DO NOT RESIDE IN ALBERTA, PLEASE EMAIL shelley.jackson@portagecollege.ca TO BE PUT ON WAITLIST. SHOULD THERE BE EXTRA SEATS, YOU WILL BE INVITED TO ATTEND.

*** When you register, you will be registered for both sessions.

*** Individuals who attend both sessions will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Zoom log-in details will be emailed to you the day prior. Please check the email you register with. Should you require assistance, please contact shelley.jackson@portagecollege.ca


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