Anti-Racism Event Series
The new Anti-Racism Event Series is designed to help you and your teams understand and have discussions around issues of racism and systemic barriers that exist for marginalized and racialized groups of Canadians. Most of the events in this series are open to all public servants at all levels, with a few events targeted specifically to managers and executives.
This series will feature the latest information on topics such as anti-Black racism, unconscious bias, disaggregated data, mental health and the challenges faced by visible minorities in the public service. Participants can attend events separately or as a comprehensive learning suite depending on their availability.
All these events are offered virtually via webcast. Other learning products, such as presentations for management tables, orientation kits and job aids, will also be made available to support this learning series.
|April 16, 2021
||Systemic Racism and the Public Service: Moving the Dial Forward
|February 10, 2021
||From Aspiration to Action: Building an Inclusive Public Service
|December 4, 2020
||Disaggregated Data: A Tool for Dismantling Systemic Barriers in the Federal Public Service
|November 23, 2020
||Disaggregated Data: A Tool for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity
|September 21, 2020
||Respect Day 2020: Primer on Black Lives Matter, Anti-Racism and Discrimination, and Unconscious Bias
|September 17, 2020
||Visible Minorities in the Senior Ranks of the Public Service of Canada: Challenges and Opportunities
|September 9, 2020
||Understanding the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent
|August 27, 2020
||Understanding Anti-Black Racism and How to Be an Ally (rebroadcast)
Additional events in this series will be added to this page and our main Events page as they are confirmed.
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