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CODE Coalition Forum
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Thursday, March 9, 2023 | 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
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With over 80+ CODE Coalition signatories (and growing!) in the past year, attendees will come together to explore their proven workplace strategies to further organizational diversity, equity and inclusion goals. A safe networking space for organizational leaders to gather, discuss and learn about the on-going stereotypical barriers existing within their organizational framework, and how they aim to work towards enhancing their DEI strategies to overcome them.
Your reasons to attend the CODE Coalition:
- Professional & Personal Growth: Be a part of meaningful, diverse & equitable conversations to gain fresh insights from our keynote speaker
- Learn, Network & Connect with Winnipeg’s like-minded business leaders in a safe & inclusive environment for all stories to be shared & heard
- Time to plan ahead! Reflect upon what you’ve learned from our keynote speaker of the day, promote it amongst your colleagues & devise a plan which works best for your organization’s DEI advancement
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Haran Vijayanathan is an Educator /Trainer in the HIV and 2SLGBTQ movement over the last 19 years. He prides himself on raising awareness and creating understanding through education and dialogue to ensure we have a more inclusive and supportive society and was honored with the title of Grand Marshal in 2018 of the Toronto Pride Parade. Haran is the founder of My House: Rainbow Resources of York Region, the first LGBTQ Resource Centre in York Region and was the Executive Director at the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention. He continues to be engaged with the Independent Review of Mission Persons in Toronto. Since moving back to his hometown of Winnipeg he worked as the Program Manager at the Wiisocotatiwin Assertive Community Treatment Program at Mount Carmel Clinic and will be joining the Canadian Museum of Human Rights currently as the Director, Equity and Growth.
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