Work-study Opportunity

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Diversity Equity and Human Rights Services is hiring students for the Upstander Peer Facilitator sexual violence prevention workshop training team. Download the position description PDF icon for more details.

Upcoming Events

 

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This workshop offers practical tools to understanding and gaining Consent so that participants can better navigate difficult intimate moments and ensure that all acts are consensual. We will explore Consent, intimacy, rejection, desire, kink, and by- standing to Upstanding through interactive activities and scenario enactments so that participants gain a thorough understanding of how Consent works "IRL" (in real life).

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The purpose of Upstander Training is to develop a culture and a community of folks who look out for each other on campus. Download the Upstander flyer PDF icon

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Queering Consent
March 14, 2017

This workshop explores the current landscape of Consent in LGBTQIA+ communities and offers practical tools to understanding and gaining Consent so that participants can better navigate difficult intimate moments and ensure that all acts are consensual. For more information, download the PDF flyer for Queering Consent PDF icon

  • FIVE WEEK BASIC WEN – DO TRAINING
    (A self-defense course for Women)
  • Wen-do, women's self-defense, is a program designed for women, by women, to learn easy to use and easy to remember methods of protecting ourselves in a wide range of situations. Techniques are designed for effective use by women of all ages, sizes and abilities. A combination of discussion, with practical physical skills results in an integration of mental and physical preparedness. Wen-do has three major goals: Awareness, Avoidance and Action. Provided in partnership with Athletics
    January 26 – February 23, 2017
    EVERY Thursday
    >6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
    Location: St. James Campus, Room 629C (Athletics)
    LIMITED SPACE $10.00 COMMITMENT PAYMENT REFUNDABLE UPON COMPLETION OF COURSE If interested please contact Jennet Cox, Diversity Equity and Human Rights Services (416) 415-5000 Ext. 5385, jcox@georgebrown.ca Sign Language Interpreter available upon request at time of registration.

Diversity Calendar

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    Dr. Kwame McKenzie, Ontario Human Rights Commissioner
    Anti-Black Racism and Mental Health
    January 24, 2017, 12:30 pm, Room 445E, 200 King Street East
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Meet Our Team

Our office locations are at:

Casa Loma Campus

  • 160 Kendal, Room C221B

St. James Campus

  • 200 King Street East, Room 126
  • 200 King Street East, Room 423A

Waterfront Campus

  • Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences, 51 Dockside Drive, Room 230

If you need to meet with staff after office hours, Advisors will make every reasonable effort to accommodate your schedule.

Please contact our office directly to arrange appointments.

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How does the diversity at George Brown College prepare you for the workplace?

  • Faculty and Administrator Equity Workshops Interested in having a facilitator present an equity workshop in your classes or meetings? Please fill out the Education Request Form  
  • Phone number: 416-415-5000, TTY Number 1-877-515-5559  

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