Inclusion Day 2018

CLICK HERE to registerDescriptive text: The top of the poster has a colourful banner of interlocking triangles in shades of green, yellow, blue, and purple. Overlaid on the banner is the text "Centre for Human Rights, equity, and Inclusion. Centre es droits de la personne, de l'équité et de l'inclusion." Under the banner is the Centre's motto of Respect, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Below, on the left, is a graphic that shows a globe shaped as a lightbulb, hovering over an open book. Under the graphic is the title "Inclusion Day 2018." To the right of the graphic is the following text: "Register at: http://bit.ly/2jxcqTk January 25, 2018, 11:00am to 2:00pm. Tribute Communities recital Hall. Accolodae East Building, Main Floor. 83 York Blvd, North York, ON M3J 2S5. Below this text the theme of Inclusion Day 2018: Decolonizing Community and Curriculum. The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion invites you on Thursday, January 25, 2017 to York University's 9th annual Inclusion Day events focusing on the theme of Decolonizing Community and Curriculum.

Phil Fontaine OC, OM, will deliver a keynote address on "Decolonizing Community: Laws, Institutions, and the Reconciliation Objective."

Following a short lunch break (refreshments provided),  Professor Kathleen Mahoney FRSC, QC, will moderate a panel discussion on "Decolonizing Curriculum: Aspects and Action." This panel features experts in education, dance, community activism, health, environmental sciences, and engineering.

This event is free of charge and is open to all who are interested in participating in this important conversation.

Space is limited, and we encourage you to register for the event at http://bit.ly/2jxcqTk

Descriptive text: The top of the poster has a colourful banner of interlocking triangles in shades of green, yellow, blue, and purple. Overlaid on the banner is the text "Centre for Human Rights, equity, and Inclusion. Centre es droits de la personne, de l'équité et de l'inclusion." Under the banner is the Centre's motto of Respect, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Below, on the left, is a graphic that shows a globe shaped as a lightbulb, hovering over an open book. Under the graphic is the title "Inclusion Day 2018." To the right of the graphic is the following text: "Register at: http://bit.ly/2jxcqTk January 25, 2018, 11:00am to 2:00pm. Tribute Communities recital Hall. Accolodae East Building, Main Floor. 83 York Blvd, North York, ON M3J 2S5. Below this text the theme of Inclusion DAY 2018: Decolonizing Community and Curriculum. Under the theme is a table sharing information about the day's program: from 11:00am-12:00pm a Keynote Address titled "Decolonizing Community: Laws, Institutions, and the Reconciliation Objective" will be delivered by Phil Fontaine, OC, OM; Principal, Ishkonigan Consulting and Former National Chief, Assembly of First Nations. This line includes a portrait of Phil Fontaine. The next row indicates that from 12:00-12:45 pm there will be a lunch break, with refreshments provided. The last row indicates that, from 12:45pm-2:00pm a panel discussion on “Decolonizing Curriculum: Aspects and Action” will happen, with Professor Kathleen Mahoney FRSC, QC, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary acting as a discussant and with a list of the following panelists: Ixchel Maria Bennett, MEd, BEd, BA, Eucator, Faculty of Education  Kate Cornell, PhD, Executive Director, Canadian Dance Assembly Joseph Pitawanakwat, Holistic Health and Pant Educator/Consultant Professor Spiros Pagiatakis, Associate Dean, Research & Graduate Studies, Lassonde School of Engineering. On the left side of the footer there is small font text saying “To request an accommodation, contact Rachel Mansell at rmansell@yorku.ca. This poster is available in accessible formats upon request. On the right side of the footer, logos of the Centre for Aboriginal Student Services, Osgoode Hall Law School, and York University are displayed.

Click here to download the poster.

This event will have;

 

  • Flat room entry
  • All gendered washrooms located on the basement level (elevator access to the basement level)
  • Accessible washrooms located on the second floor (elevator access close to the event venue)
  • Accessible, gender-neutral, barrier free single stall washroom room on the first floor
  • ASL to be confirmed

We would like to thank our partners including Osgoode Hall Law School and the Centre for Aboriginal Student Services.