“For centuries we have experienced this type of overt and systemic racism…When will enough be enough? We need systemic change at a much deeper level. The fact that the alleged perpetrator is a City of London staff shows how much further the London community needs to go in its efforts in ending anti-Indigenous racism and creating a safe city for Indigenous people.” – Raymond Deleary (Executive Director, Atlhosa)
In this discussion, Dr. Oloya shared some insights from his own experiences as a newcomer to Canada followed by a discussion with student leaders on how we can make our campus community more inclusive and improve the sense of belonging for international students.
Watch now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG1JF9D4N_c
Ending wars, ending structural violence, Presented by Catherine Lu, McGill University… Part of the Centre for Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Speakers’ Series 2021-2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has set the course for many new norms. In this featured presentation, Tatiana Ferguson will reflect on how the GBV sector can Embrace Change and Adapt to new realities to be more inclusive of Queer and Trans women in Canada.
The Ruff Institute of Global Homelessness is proud to partner with the International Journal on Homelessness (IJOH) to celebrate the launch of their first issue. For the webinar, researchers will present their papers featured in the first issue of the journal. The webinar will be held in English, with Spanish interpretation available.
More details: Webinar Registration