Location: Richmond City Hall, 6911 No. 3 Road
Date and Time: November 2, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Moving from Diversity to Inclusion: Exploring Pathways to Inclusion for Diverse Communities
How do we move from being diverse to being inclusive? This fundamental question reinforces the theme of the fourth annual City of Richmond Diversity Symposium on Friday, November 2, 2018 and explores various pathways to inclusion for diverse groups of people in our community.
Presented by the City of Richmond, and a range of committed community partners, this year’s agenda emphasizes the need for thoughtful strategies, innovative collaboration and partnerships, and the practical “how to” tools needed to foster inclusion in organizations, neighbourhoods and cities.
Who is the Symposium for?
The Symposium is intended for people who work in the field of diversity and inclusion, such as municipal staff, community leaders, and those working in community agencies. It is not open to the general public.
For details on the keynote and workshop presentations, download the 2018 Diversity Symposium Brochure.
Education as a Pathway to Inclusion: First Nation Views in Diversity
An Exploration of Trans, Gender Diverse and Two-Spirit Inclusion within the Vancouver Park Board
An Anti-Racism Protocol for Richmond: Exploring Organizational Approaches to Tackling Racism
Embracing Inclusive Language
The Newcomer Bike Host Program: An IssofBC and HUB Cycling Collaboration Promoting Social Inclusion
Ready, Willing and Able: The Business Case for Inclusive Hiring
Raising Awareness and Reflection for Navigating Intercultural Spaces
Stories of Youth Refugees
Equity, Inclusion and Liberation: Arts Leading the Way
For more information, contact:
Dorothy Jo, Inclusion Coordinator
Email: Dorothy Jo