Tuesday February 11, 2020
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Small Arms Inspection Building
1352 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga ON, L5E 1E9
Free Admission | Space is Limited
CreativeHub 1352 in partnership with the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) presents Maintaining Respectful Workplaces. Open to all artists and art organizations this workshop will address various forms of harassment in arts workplaces (including sexual harassment, bullying, discrimination and violence), and lay the groundwork for “respectful workplaces” as the norm in the cultural sector.
The CHRC’s Maintaining Respectful Workplaces workshop has been created to explore how to best deal with harassment situations through:
discussions of what IS and IS NOT a respectful workplace;
a review of situations and scenarios to identify how to create and sustain a respectful workplace; and
an in-depth review of the roles of employers, artists and cultural workers in establishing and maintaining a respectful workplace.
Tools and tips, including provincial-specific legislation, will be highlighted for employers, artists and cultural workers to create and maintain a respectful workplace.
Join Dr. Terri-Lynn Brennan, a renowned and respected trainer with the Respectful Workplaces in the Arts campaign.
In collaboration with
Dr. Terri-Lynn Brennan is the founder and CEO of Inclusive Voices, Inc. She is of Onkwehonwe and British descent and her family originates from Six Nations of the Grand River and Brantford, Ontario. Terri is currently a much sought after inter-cultural planner and community interlocutor across Canada with a foundation in sociology, education, archaeology, public policy and government relations. Her professional and personal journey of the last 30 years has been one focused in social justice and self-determinization for racialized, oppressed communities and individuals in the South Pacific, the UK, Europe, Egypt, Nepal, and across North America.