Dawson City - January 7th, 2020
Hosted by KIAC
Whitehorse - January 9th, 2020
Hosted by N3
Old Fire Hall
N3 and KIAC are proud to present the Cultural Human Resources Council Maintaining Respectful Workplaces workshop. Through the Respectful Workplaces in the Arts program, CHRC is supporting efforts to address all kinds of harassment in arts workplaces (including sexual harassment, bullying, discrimination and violence), and to lay the groundwork for “respectful workplaces” as the norm in the cultural sector. This workshop is adapted for the arts presenting world and helps explore how to best deal with harassment situations through:
• discussions of what IS and IS NOT a respectful workplace;
• a review of situations and scenarios to identify how to create and sustain a respectful workplace; and
• a consideration of the roles of both employers and artists and cultural workers in establishing and maintaining a respectful workplace.
Tools and tips, including province/territory-specific legislation and website resources will be highlighted. This is a facilitated learning session, not a policy development, legal or counselling session.
About Terri-Lynn Brennan
As the CEO of Inclusive Voices Inc., Terri assesses and builds equitable community agencies through the creation and redesign of strategic planning, public policy and project management. She researches and delivers regional-to-local cultural history and Indigenous protocols relevant to business and government networks. Terri combines a 30-year professional career with national to global experience, is a sector trainer for the CHRC in Maintaining Respectful Workplaces, and recent clients include the Town of Canmore, CAPACOA, IPAA, AFN, Canadian Geographic, Apple Canada. Terri is of Haudenosaunee and British descent. Her family originates from Six Nations of the Grand River and Brantford, Ontario.