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Facilitation for Social Change
This toolkit summarizes and presents the learnings and processes used in building the Righting Relations West Regional Hub in Edmonton, Regina and Winnipeg. Whilst each of these cities adapted the activities to address their particular needs, there maintained elements which were constant: using a folk school model, using a de-colonial lens, circle facilitation and being women-led. We welcome you to use this toolkit in your community, and invite you to connect with the Righting Relations network. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect.
Getting a Grip In Order to Move Ahead
Study Circle Plan
by Renee Vaugeois, John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights
According to Stats Canada, hate crime in Alberta rose 39% in 2015, the highest increase seen across the country. In order to grapple and deal with hate however, it is important to understand its historical foundations. This study circle plan will engage participants in learning and discussing our complex history, with a focus on Alberta, and reflect on how this history manifests in communities today. We will engage in a reflection on how we as individuals can respond and act towards hate in our communities.
Teen Talk Tool Kit is available to sexual health educators and service providers who are looking for activities to run with youth to supplement their educational sessions.
The service provider manual contains background information on each topic, strategies for working with youth, information for youth in Northern communities, resources and Indigenous voices touching on cultural teachings and decolonizing strategies.
Teen Talk is a Youth Health Education Program of Klinic Community Health in Manitoba. They provide services for youth from a harm reduction, prevention education perspective. They focus on sexuality, reproductive health, body image, substance use awareness, mental health, issues of diversity and anti-violence issues. They adhere to the belief that by providing youth with accurate, non-judgmental information they can make healthier decisions and choices for themselves!
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