Making Inclusion Real: Implementing Cultural Competency in your Organization

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8 October, 2015

9:00am to 12:00pm
United Way of Winnipeg (580 Main Street
CCEDNet Mbrs: $25 | Non-Members: $75

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Do you want to build your organization’s capacity to welcome and honour people?  Do you want to work from an anti-oppressive or cultural competency framework, but are unsure how?  This workshop will examine the importance of creating organizational structures that support cultural competency and review tools that put policy into practice.  Participants will explore what it means to build and review policy with an anti-oppression lens and review day to day practice that can enhance our organization’s cultural competence to build increasingly respectful and inclusive environments.


Jackie Hogue is committed to community building and at the same time passionate about solving hard problems. Jackie has been involved in community building and social change for over 16 years, 12 of which spent in non-profit management or leadership roles where she grew and shaped organizations. As a trained, skilled facilitator, Jackie enjoys catering to a variety of learning styles to ensure meetings, community consultations or trainings are engaging and successful. Jackie is of Polish and Metis heritage and her life experiences, both locally and internationally, have informed her desire to use her skills to dismantle racism and oppression.  With years of experience in conflict resolution training, Jackie enjoys finding opportunity among challenging situations, particularly as they relate to organizational health, efficiency and strengthening.

For more information:

Contact Sarah at sleesonklym at; 204-943-0547

This Strengthening Non-Profits workshop is brought to you by Spark, a pro bono matching service of the Canadian CED Network, with the financial support of the United Way of Winnipeg

The Canadian CED Network
Winnipeg  Manitoba