Embedding Anti-Oppression into Organizational Practices – Part 1
Developing anti-oppressive organizations able to serve marginalized populations and communities requires more than just saying you care. It requires an organization to enact a methodology for examining everything from budgetary decisions to vendor relationships to communication skills. It requires a commitment to understanding theory and bringing theory to practice. This session will empower participants to dissect their organizations internal policies and external programming through an anti-oppression lens, and will offer tools for successful implementation.