Fundamentals of Anti-Oppression Workshop

This event is for library trustees and library directors and is part of the new initiative from the Association of BC Public Library Directors (ABCPLD) and BCLTA,  “Shifting Governance: Important conversations for our times”.

This is a unique opportunity to attend this workshop from Bakau Consulting with your governance colleagues from across the province. The workshop will be facilitated by Oakley Ramprashad and your participation will make a difference to how we talk about and take action on inclusion, diversity, and equity in BC public library governance.

Workshop details:

  • June 17th, 6:30 to 8:30pm (Pacific Time)
  • Via Zoom
  • $15 to attend the workshop or $20 for access to the recording (access ends on June 30th)
  • Registration is through the BCLTA online registration form.
Workshop description from the Bakau Consulting website:

Fundamentals of Anti-oppression dives deeper than your typical diversity and inclusion workshop. In this workshop, participants are given the opportunity to explore systemic oppression, social justice, privilege, identity and allyship through a variety of engaging activities. Through self-reflection, community- based inquiry, lessons from history and collaborative problem solving, participants gain the knowledge and skills to view the world through an anti- oppressive lens.

Important!
Don’t miss the benefits of attending this workshop in person. Having access to the recording has been arranged for those who are unable to attend on the 17th. Attending the workshop on June 17th will make a difference to our shared experience and learning and to BC public libraries and communities.