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.
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?
For current Canadian Certified Inclusion Professionals (CCIPTM), this event qualifies for continued professional development credit. Contact [email protected] for more information.
For members of the law societies of Alberta, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, and the Yukon: this program may qualify for credit in the area of Practice Management as part of your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development, as required by your Law Society. To learn more, click on the link to your province above or contact your local Law Society.