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Welcome to EventsGC – your source for interdepartmental/inter-organizational public service events in Canada. This includes conferences, networking opportunities, functional community events, and more.

While this is not an exhaustive list, this page is aimed at populating a list of events for public service employees and our partners and aims to streamline the need to visit multiple places to access information about events or avoid the fear of missing out having not known about the events. 

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Anti-Black Racism: Impact on Mental Health

February 23 @ 14:00 - 16:00 EST

The latest events in United States reopened deep wounds for those around the world and those that our part of the Canadian public service. Our panel consisting of mental health experts and senior leadership, will discuss these impacts on black public servants, along with microaggressions /macroaggressions in the workplace, “othering” representation challenges the “concrete” ceiling, and what it means to work “within a psychologically safe environment”.

Moderator: Karla Backer & Liz Martin

Panelists: Ayesha Sackey, Bohang Benedix, Andrew Brown, Nadine Huggins, Dienabou Sow, Seyi Okuribido-Malcolm, Nancy Chahwan, Charlene Janvier

Details

Date:
February 23
Time:
14:00 - 16:00 EST
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