Equity Integration and Application Training
COVID-19 UPDATE: Under circumstances posed by COVID-19, our team has put together a comprehensive online training platform to better provide trainings that address systemic inequalities and discrimination, as well as effective allyship practices.
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Why Take Training?
Some Things We Cover
Anti-oppression reflects a number of different approaches that address social and institutional inequalities. Anti-oppression requires that people examine their own actions and critically analyze social structures of power and privilege.
Founder and Executive Director
Uswah is a community mobilizer who leads training using an intersectional feminist and anti-colonial approach. Her lived experiences as a Muslim immigrant who faced constant discrimination and microaggressions inform her storytelling approach to activism. Her advocacy experience includes a Tedx Talk about the presupposition of identity onto women of colour, a project that works on better informing newcomers about Indigenous peoples and reconciliation, and countless trainings on allyship. Uswah has sat on the boards of various youth-led nonprofits, has had formal negotiations training, and has completed research on birth registration for stateless populations.