Class in Community Organizations Class is not brought up as often as issues of race, sexuality and gender in discussions around Anti-Oppression, and yet can deeply impact how we communicate […]
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An important facet of Anti-Oppression work is understanding the structural inequalities that affect us all differently. This is a nice article by George Lakey about the role of people […]
This resource website assemble by Dalhousie University’s Social Work program offers a good history of Anti-Oppressive practice in Social Work. The section titled “What is Anti-Oppressive Social Work” offers a […]
Handbook for Health Care and Social Service Providers Working with Trans People This handbook was compiled by ASTT(e)Q (Action santé travesti(e)s et transsexuel(le)s du Québec), in association with the Trans […]
Michelle Duchesneau, Portes Ouvertes Participant and Community Organizer at Saint Columba House in Point St. Charles, talks about Anti-Oppression Policies- What are some of the benefits of undergoing the process […]
In the process of gathering participants for the Portes Ouvertes project, I heard from several organizations that they did not have an Anti-Oppression or Diversity policy in place. These […]
The Portes Ouvertes Project got off to a great start this Tuesday with an introductory 5 à 7. Already some important questions are coming up around how each of our […]
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