Activism

WRITING AND MATERIALS:

The Intersections in Diversity Program
The creator and curator of the program’s Facilitation Guide and Student Workbook
Year: 2018

Supported by: Student and Enrolment Services, University of Calgary

COMMITTEES AND WORKING GROUPS:

RESIST BIPOC Working Group
Faculty of Graduate Studies at McMaster University
Funded by Student Proposals for Intellectual Community & Engaged Scholarship (SPICES)
Treasurer and Co-Founder

 

BIPOC Working Group
Department of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University
Co-Founder

Interfaith Issues Working Group
The President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC) at McMaster University

Violence Against Women/Gender Based Violence Working Group
The President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC) at McMaster University

WORKSHOPS:

Introduction to Power and Privilege
An Introductory Workshop to Power, Privilege, and Intersectionality
Year: 2018

Supported by: Student and Enrolment Services, University of Calgary

FACILITATION AND ORGANIZATION:

Discussion Co-Coordinator and Moderator
Title: “Tea Time Conversation Cafe” for Pluralism and Religious Diversity Week 2016
Year: 2016

Supported by: the Faith and Spirituality Centre, University of Calgary

Recorded Participant and Volunteer
Title: “Queer(y)ing Faith” for Pluralism and Religious Diversity Week 2016
Year: 2016
Supported by: the Faith and Spirituality Centre, University of Calgary

Sex Week Panel Discussion Co-Coordinator and Moderator
Title: “Sex and Faith: Love, Lust, and Sex through the Lens of Faith”
Year: 2016
Supported by: the Faith and Spirituality Centre, University of Calgary in cooperation with the University of Calgary’s Students’ Union and Q Centre

PREVIOUS TAKEN WORKSHOPS AND TRAINING: 

“How to have Difficult Conversations”
Facilitator: Danny Richmond, National Campus Network with Inspirit Foundation

“Anti-Oppression Training”
Facilitator: Sabrina Afroz, University of Calgary

“Intercultural Development Inventory”
Facilitator: Adriana Tulissi, University of Calgary
The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) assesses intercultural competence—the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behaviour to cultural differences and commonalities.