Previous Webinars & Learning Opportunities
Check out these previous webinars and learning opportunities we were excited to host and collaborate on.
More Than Just Bathrooms: A Non-Binary Day Panel (July 2021)
In July 2021, we offered this panel including 5 different non-binary people across Canada.
Panelists: Gabe Calderón, Vincent Mousseau, Jaye Kovach, Vero Drake & Jacq Brasseur
As the realities of trans people and communities are being discussed within mainstream spaces, we continue to see a lack of critical, engaging and reflective discourse about the experiences of non-binary people. When non-binary discourse does take place, it’s usually around gender neutral pronouns and bathrooms. In reality, non-binary experiences and the needs of non-binary people are extremely vast and complex, and we are so much more than just people who want gender neutral bathrooms.
We encourage folks to celebrate International Non-Binary People’s Day by attending the panel, hearing stories from actual non-binary people, and learning about how you can better work and live in solidarity with non-binary people.
Out of the Covers Webinar Series (June 2021)
In June 2021, we offered this series with Aroha Pride Counselling & Consulting.
Out from the Covers and Into the Clinic is a webinar series for health and social work professionals about supporting people who engage in non-normative sexual practices. Through all three sessions, professionals will learn to challenge their preconceptions about sexuality and often misunderstood sexual practices.
In partnership with Aroha Pride Counselling & Consulting, we are excited to offer a three-part series that will hopefully spark reflections for social work and healthcare practitioners in Saskatchewan and elsewhere. While these practices may seem scandalous, inappropriate, controversial or even harmful, we know from our combined experience of working with all kinds of people across Southern Saskatchewan, that everyone has the right to access affirming, supportive, non-judgmental, and anti-oppressive care. We also know that people who engage in these practices are important, valuable and thoughtful members of our community who deserve respect and affirmation from their healthcare and social work providers.