Join us for a free webinar on how to establish a GSA in Elementary Schools on October 24, 2023 from 4:00 – 5:30pm EST. Connect with other educators, talk about key considerations and gain access to additional resources.
Rejoignez-nous le 30 novembre 2023 en ligne pour apprendre comment intégrer des pratiques antiracistes dans votre communauté de classe pour les éducateurs de la maternelle à la 12e année. Le thème de cette année est axé sur l’exploration des intersections de la race et de la santé mentale dans la salle de classe.
Join us November 30, 2023 online to learn how to embed anti-racist practices in your classroom community for K-12 educators. This years theme is focused on exploring the intersections of race and mental health in the classroom.
Nous acceptons actuellement des propositions pour la prochaine conférence antiraciste des éducateurs qui aura lieu en ligne pour les éducateurs de la maternelle à la 12e année à travers le Canada le 30 novembre 2023. La date limite de dépôt des candidatures est fixée au 29 septembre 2023.
We are currently accepting proposals for the upcoming Educator’s Anti-Racism Conference taking place online for K-12 educators across Canada on November 30, 2023. The deadline to apply is Septmeber 29, 2023.
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.
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.
Join us for a free webinar on how to support students in a culturally responsive way in the aftermath of the earthquakes in Syria and Turkiye on March 7, 2023 from 4:15 – 5:45pm EST. Learn how to identify grief, trauma, and loss in students and hear from expert speakers from across Canada.
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.
Join us February 15, 2023 in person or online to learn how to embed anti-racist practices in your classroom community for K-12 educators. Attend online or in-person at YOrk University, Toronto, ON.