External Human Rights Trainers
Please contact external trainers below to access information on the costs associated with specific sessions they provide as well as their availability and scheduling details.
Ann Divine - Ashanti Leadership
Training topics include: Human Rights Education and Training; Sexual Harassment Training; Mental Health in the Workplace; Employee Engagement & Cultural Intelligence; Unconscious Bias; Diversity and Inclusion; Leadership Development Human Rights
Andrea MacNevin(Private Lawyer) – MacNevin Law & Mediation
Training topics include: Accommodating Illness and Disabilities in the Workplace; Responding to Marijuana and other Impairing Substances in the Workplace
Buhle Dhalami – Tomorrow Today Global
Training topics include: Leading Difference Differently; Leveraging Cultural Intelligence; Creating an Inclusive Culture
Gola Taraschi-Carr – Atlantic Restorative Company (ARC)
Training topics include: Difficult Conversations: How to Talk About the Things We Don’t Want to Talk About (1 Day); Being the Change: Diversity and Inclusion Boot Camp (1 Day); Restorative Communication: The Art and Science of Respectful Relationships (1 Day)
Creating Space to Make Things Right: Restorative Justice Essentials (1 Day)
Huwaida Medani – Independent Consultant
Training topics include: Overview of Cultural Competency; Unpacking Privileges; The Intersection of Gender and Race in the Workplace; Mind Your Bias When Hiring; What is the Issue with Stereotypes?
Nolan Pike – Professional Development & LGBTQ+ Consultant
Tinaye K Manyimo (T.K)- Shumba Consulting
Training and workshop topics Include: Bullying and Harassment in the workplace, Diversity and Inclusion Awareness, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: Starting a Courageous Conversation, Diversity and Inclusion Team building, Developing a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy, Developing Inclusive Policies, Human Rights Awareness Education, Identify and Bridge the Gap: Moving from Knowledge to Practice”, Introduction to the Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks, Power, Privilege and Equity, Understanding Micro Aggressions.
Avalon Sexual Assault Center
Training topics include: Responding to a Disclosure of Sexualized Violence; What Sexualized Violence is and programs and services available; Trauma-informed practice; Bystander Intervention and creating safer communities
Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre
Training topics include: The Blanket Exercise; Indigenous Cultural Training
Contact: Katie Lewis (email@example.com)
Training topics include: Frontline Customer Service: Inclusion Awareness; Hospitality: Disability Awareness; Mental Health in the Workplace: Trends and Tips; Accommodation & Assessment in The Workplace and Beyond; Community Inclusion of Diverse Populations; Hiring & Retaining Diverse Employees; Work/Life Balance; ACCESSAbility in your workplace; The Power of One!; ADHD: Stigma or Superpower; Talking the Talk: The Power of Words; Play for Purpose
Note: All modules are half (3 hours) or full day(6.5 hours). Price reduced for multiple sessions.
South House Sexual & Gender Resource Centre
Training topics include: Anti-oppression training Workshops (Gender, Sexuality, and Sexual Education)
Training topics include: LGBT101 (can be customized). For more sessions go here: http://youthproject.ns.ca/education/
The Valley African Nova Scotian Development Association (VANSDA)
Contact: Robert Ffrench, Executive Director.
Phone: 902-678-7410 (Ext. 206)
Training sessions include: Overcoming Histories: Building Cultural Competency and a Welcoming Workplace