Events & Resources

African/Black Culture and Diverse Integration in Business Practices

Many people deny the existence of racism against people of colour because they assume that racism is defined by deliberate actions motivated by malice and hatred. However, racism can occur without conscious awareness or intent. When defined simply as differential evaluation or treatment based solely on race, regardless of intent, racism occurs far more frequently than most people suspect.
As intractable as it seems, racism in the workplace can be effectively addressed. Because organizations are small, autonomous entities that afford leaders a high level of control over norms and policies, they are ideal sites for promoting racial equity.

Events

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Blackness in Canada

23 February, 2024

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Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Metrics and Employee Engagement Surveys

22 February, 2024

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Mois de l’Histoire des Noir.es – Inclusion en emploi

22 February, 2024

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Mieux comprendre les réalités autochtones

21 February, 2024

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Videos

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My Little Unicorn: The Magic of the Gender and Sexual Spectrum

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Rising to the Challenge: Workplace Equity, Diveristy and Inclusion

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Perspectives LIVE – Taking equity diversity and inclusion to the next level

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Learning for justice : intersectionnality 101

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