CCDI Community of Practice Events are designed to be highly interactive sessions of two and ½ hours, to foster an intimate environment in which participants feel secure to learn and explore a specific diversity and inclusion topic.
No matter your level of experience with diversity and inclusion, human rights, or human resources, CCDI Community of Practice Events will provide you with a unique learning experience.
In years past, these events have been presented in various communities across Canada. As you know all too well, we have had to move these events online until it is again safe to host in-person events.
Spring 2022 theme: Microaggressions and microinterventions - The macro of the micro
Believe it or not, we’ve all committed a microaggression – most of the time unintentionally. Microaggressions are problematic and perpetuate stereotypes. They are subtle insults. They can be verbal, non-verbal, or visual, directed towards individuals often automatically or unconsciously. Though they start with the term micro, microaggressions can have macro impacts on mental health, physical health and beyond.
Entitled Microaggressions and microinterventions - The macro of the micro, CCDI’s spring Community of Practice sessions will focus on exploring microaggressions and microintervention strategies on interpersonal and systemic levels.
At this event, we will:
Who should attend?
NOTE: Each session has the same content. Simply select a date from the list below that best suits your schedule.
Spring 2022 schedule
Registration is now open. Please select a date from the list above to begin.
Please contact [email protected] should you have any questions.