Past Events

This is a selection of past Inclusion Day/Week events hosted by the Centre for Human Rights, Equity, and Inclusion. You can view more videos available on our YouTube account. 

Inclusion Week 2021

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Creating & Fostering Intentional Spaces of Belonging in a Virtual World

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Dr. Andrew B. Campbell
Inclusion Week Keynote Speaker

Inclusion Week 2020

Part 1 of 6: Research Origins

Expanding the Narrative on Anti-Chinese Stigma During COVID-19: Lessons on Complexity and Capacity in Toronto and Nairobi

March 2021

A Conversation with Dr. Jack L. Rozdilsky and Ph.D. Candidate Terri Chu

Moderated by Darcy Belisle, Advisor, Education and Communications

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Part 2: Research related to Early pandemic Experiences

Part 3: Resilience: Capacity of Chinese Canadian Communities Experiencing Racism in Context of COVID-19

Part 4: Resilience: Complexity of Chinese Canadian Communities Experiencing Racism in Context of COVID-19

Part 5: Enhancing Inclusive Approaches to Disaster Management and Media, Politics

Part 6: Enhancing Belonging

Inclusion Day 2019

Innovation through Inclusion

April 2019

A series of presentations from four global leaders on the creative potential of belonging

Adrian Fung, Associate Dean, Professor, University of Oklahoma, Arts Executive, Concert Artist

Sarah Kaplan, Distinguished Professor of Gender & The Economy, Rotman School, University of Toronto

Dr. Usha Srinivasan, VP Venture & Talent Programs, MaRS Discovery District

Fred Swaniker, Founder & CEO, African Leadership University, Mauritius and Rwanda

Inclusion Days Event 2018

Canada: Inclusion at a Crossroads

Wednesday, October 18, 2018

A Panel Discussion

Equity and Inclusion in the Era of Racial Backlash

  • Enakshi Dua, Associate Professor School of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, York University
  • Sunil Gurmukh, Counsel, Ontario Human Rights Commission
  • Arleen Huggins, Partner, Koskie Minsky LLP
  • Chizoba Imoka, PhD Candidate, Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, University of Toronto
  • Kira Williams, PhD Candidate, Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University