On today's episode, Keira chats with Karel, CPJ's social work placement student, on the topic of green social work in Canada. The two discuss how governments can better address the disconnect between social work and climate justice.
Serisha Iyar - Tips for Political Engagement and Social Justice Advocacy
Deborah Mebude - Intersectionality in social & racial justice movements
Trixie Ling - Fostering anti-racist dialogues for transformative change
Miriam Mahaffy - Youth Empowerment + Education in Climate Justice
Rebekah Sears - Role of Canadian policy in advocating for global equality
Bolu Coker - Our need to protect refugees during COVID-19
The Coronavirus and our Rhetoric of "Othering"
Jacqueline Romero - Effective pathways to refugee settlement in Canada
Trixie Ling - Creating an inclusive space for newcomers in Canada
Climate Justice Series - Climate Refugees
Climate Justice Series - Just Transition
Climate Justice Series - Inclusion of Marginalized Voices
The Most Vulnerable - The Burden of Advocacy for Womxn of Colour
The Most Vulnerable - Representation Matters
The Most Vulnerable - Confronting White Privilege in Advocacy
#RefugeeWeek2019 - Integration and Community Building
The Most Vulnerable - Intersectionality 101
#RefugeeWeek2019 - Combatting Anti-Black Racism in Refugee Policy.
#RefugeeWeek2019 - Identifying Colourism in Immigrant Communities
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