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Challenging Racism Project: What to do Steps

This booklet aims to recommend some key practices for employers to make efforts in recruiting, mentoring, and retaining members of ethnocultural, racialized, religious, 2SLGBTQIA+, and BIPOC groups in employment. An anti-racist, anti-oppression, religious and cultural diversity, gender-based analysis, intersectionality, and human rights code lens was applied throughout this review. The aim is to continue to challenge the organization’s activism and advocacy in the area of combating racism, discrimination, gender-based violence, and promoting inclusiveness in the workplace and other institutions.

Credit: Women’s Multicultural Resource and Counselling Centre Durham

Date: 2021

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