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Please note that these events are for Concordia members only and some may be reserved to specific members of the Concordia community such as faculty, staff or students.

Awareness to Action: Exploring Equity, Diversity, Accessibility, and Inclusion

Accessibility Learning Series

For departments or units requesting a workshop for their team on an alternate date/time, please contact Anna Barrafato to make individual arrangements. 

Best Practices for Equitable Hiring

Should you require any additional information about these sessions, please contact Mark Andrew Galang Villacorta.

Coming Together Series

Coming Together is a series of events aimed at supporting and creating community for Indigenous and racialized faculty and staff (ex. – those who identify as Black or people of color) to gather and connect. All events require registration.

SAY LESS is a monthly co-working space to meet and connect with one another while getting work done! Bring your laptop and drop in any time between 1-5pm on the dates mentioned. Snacks, tea, and coffee will be provided. Please register below.

SAY MORE is a monthly lunch time gathering to connect either in person or online. Each event will have a community facilitator. Please register below.

This series is a partnership between the Equity Office, the Office for Community Engagement, and the SHIFT Centre for Social Transformation.

*This series will be a 6-month pilot. Based on feedback received, we hope to adapt the series to the needs of Indigenous and racialized faculty and staff on campus with more permanent and consistent offerings.

Cultivating Collegial Spaces

Anti-Racism Workshops

These workshops are for Concordia staff only. For any questions or concerns please contact Dona Nham.

Anti-Racism Concentric Learning Series

These workshops are for Concordia staff only. For any questions or concerns please contact Dona Nham.

Black Flourishing Series offered by the Black Perspectives Office

Inclusive training and events

Concordia is a Proud Partner of Pride at Work Canada, a national organization that empowers Canadian employers to:

  1. build and sustain inclusive environments for 2SLGBTQIA+ employees and 
  2. celebrate all employees regardless of gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation. 

Pride at Work offers training, networking and community events, the majority of which are available to all Concordia faculty and staff.

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