[community] FW: This Thurs: 2 workshops happening, sounds interesting
jfoster at ocadu.ca
Wed Apr 13 13:32:57 UTC 2016
Read below for a workshop on incorporating accessibility into movements/activism/organization, etc. (and a second workshop on healthy sleep habits).
From: Teresa Chien
Subject: This Thurs: 2 workshops happening, sounds interesting
Building Accessible Movements Workshop<https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/building-accessible-movements-tickets-23732704157?utm_term=eventimage&ref=enivtefor001&utm_medium=email&utm_source=eb_email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2> - $20 admission cost
Tools for Change and Community Action Centre of George Brown College Student Association
Date: Thursday, April 14, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: George Brown College (St. James campus), 200 King St. E.,
Career Services rm.B155 (Basement), Workshop Room #1
Trainer: Kayla Carter & geoff
How can you help build a more accessible movement through your groups, organizations, activist organizing, or event/campaign planning?
Our groups and movements are stronger when we recognize everyone has something to contribute; and, organize in ways that support each other with what we need to participate.
What is accessibility? What are barriers to organizing together? How accessible are social justice movements now? How does accessibility impact who participates? Using an intersectional accessibility analysis – this workshop will be a space to reflect on thoughts, ideas and actions on accessibility, with a mix of practical scenarios to work through.
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible space, ASL-English Interpretation, TTC tokens available, vegan snacks, active listener, care attendant, single-stall accessible washrooms in building, workshop materials will be available in large font and USB
For more information and to register please visit: bit.ly/T4C_accessibility2016<http://bit.ly/T4C_accessibility2016>
Siva Thangeswary Sivarajah
Part-time Campaigns Staff
Community Action Centre of the Student Association
George Brown College
Email: campaignssupport at sagbc.ca<mailto:campaignssupport at sagbc.ca>
OR, if you want to learn about another topic area like sleep on the same evening:
Busting Sleep Myths - FREE admission!
Speaker: Professor Robyn Stremler
Thursday, April 14, 2016
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Refreshments & Presentation
Q & A to follow
Mimico Centennial Library
47 Station Road
Sleep is a misunderstood but critically important activity that takes up one-third of our time. However, it is sometimes elusive for certain people, at certain stages of life. In her talk, Prof. Stremler dispels common myths about sleep, and addresses the challenges that arise during our sleeping lives. Sleep deprivation comes with personal and societal costs, but Prof. Stremler offers hope — practical advice about healthy sleep habits.
To register, click here<http://my.alumni.utoronto.ca/s/731/index_clean.aspx?sid=731&gid=1&pgid=10309&cid=18127&ecid=18127&ciid=67221&crid=0>
BSc, MSc OT, OT Reg. (Ont.)
“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful."
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