Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Anti-Oppressive Education framework is a series of diversity, equity, and inclusion presentations that educate our clients:
- On the varied identities and differences that exist here in our community, inclusive of the workplace.
- To explore what inclusion looks and feels like from an individual and collective perspective. Clients learn how to use the power of this to create a more productive society.
- Identify inequities that exist and maintain the social division into upper, middle, and lower class (between races and within races) through our social systems.
- Find creative and workable solutions to eliminate inequities to create an inclusive and productive society.
The Anti-Oppressive Education consists of three modules:
- Awareness Module: Highlights and brings understanding to the foundational concepts related to the equity and oppression conversation.
- Competency Module: Provides clients with the skills, abilities, knowledge, and behaviour to demonstrate competency in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Accountability Module: Assists clients in creating frameworks and policies of accountability at the individual and organizational levels to create diverse and inclusive spaces.
- Become more knowledgeable and well-versed in the diversity, equity, and inclusion discussion.
- Help in the transition of integration and inclusivity of immigrants in the community and the workplace
- To assist employers with the knowledge, skills, and behaviour to create and retain a diverse and inclusive workforce.
- Must be a legal resident in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, having a work permit, study permit, permanent resident, or citizenship.
- Must be an employer in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, with a minimum of three employees.