Help us shift school cultures by empowering student leaders

64% of students report hearing homophobic comments daily or weekly at school (Egale report)
Over half of Canadian students see racial bullying in their schools (Angus Reid survey)
1 in 3 students don’t feel their school is inclusive of all students (Harmony Program Reports)
95% of principals report needing some or more support for students’ mental health and wellbeing (People for Education)
These stats paint a sad picture, but we know when we give students the right support we can make a difference.

2SLGBTQ+ Inclusion in the Classroom

What can educators do to promote 2SLBTQI+ inclusion this Pride Month and all school year? Check out this blog post with resources, ideas and more for teachers to integrate and embed into their programs and teaching practice today.

Job Posting: Program Facilitator- Adult Education

Harmony Movement is seeking a part-time equity and inclusion adult education specialist to be a contract program facilitator. The successful applicant will work closely with the Harmony Movement team to develop and deliver programs and workshops that address fundamental equity and diversity issues. Our programs explore personal and group identities, stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, media literacy, historic inequity in Canada, and personal empowerment, as well as taking leadership for equity, inclusion, and social change. This position reports to the Director of Programs.

Inclusive Schools Action Network now accepting applications

Are you an educator or school administrator passionate about creating inclusive school communities? Are you looking for more opportunities to drive conversations around equity forward? Are you interested in creating a network for educators to share best practices, collaborate and support each other? Does the idea of participating in a community of like-minded education staff get you excited?

Apply today to participate in our Inclusive Schools Action Network.