The recording of this webinar is available HERE. To watch a recording of this webinar, click HERE. To watch a recording of this webinar, click HERE What can unions do to promote and protect human rights? Thurs. Feb. 17, 2022 4:30pm. We are joined by Larry Kowalchuck a lawyer in Saskatchewan. Watch the recording HERE. Doing employment equity in Canada:Why is it so bloody difficult? Thurs. Jan. 20, 2022 4:30pm, we are joined by Larry Haiven Co-founder of Equity Watch and Professor Emeritus at Saint Mary’s University. Watch the recording HERE. To watch the recording of this December 15, 2021 webinar, go to https://vimeo.com/657240088 The Kirk Johnson Case; 17 years on. What, if anything, has changed? Tues. Nov. 24, 2021 at 4:30pm. We are joined by Kirk Johnson, who had a case in 2003 for driving while black. In this webinar he revisits his case 17 years later. Watch the webinar here, The Workplace War Against Women: Gender discrimination and how to fight it. Mon. Sept. 20, 2021 at 4:30pm. We are joined by Robyn Doolittle, an investigative journalist for the Globe and Mail. Watch the webinar here. Crossing the Street While Black: How I argued my human rights case and won. Tues. Oct. 26, 2021 at 4:30pm. We are joined by Gyasi Symonds who brought his case to the human rights commission and won. We are also joined by Judy Haiven, who attended and reported on his case. Watch the webinar here. Representing yourself at the Human Rights Commission and the Courts: Tue. June, 22, 2021.We were joined by Moya McAlister, a communications manager at the National Self Represented Litigants Project. Watch the recording of the webinar here. Suzanne Rent talks about jobs and employers, the good and the bad: Tue. May, 25, 2021. In this webinar we were joined by Suzanne Rent a Halifax writer and journalist. She talks about how to spot a toxic work environment. Watch the recording of the webinar here. Inequity by Design: Tue. April 27, 2021. Leslie Kern is a professor of women and gender studies at Mount Allison University and she talks about how designers, architects, and city planners exclude certain groups of people in the way that cities are designed.Watch the recording of the webinar here. Gag Orders Kill Human Rights: Tue. March 9, 2021. This webinar discusses how we can stop or limit non-disclosure agreements (NDA’s), we were joined by two guests, Zelda Perkins, the former assistant to Harvey Weinstein. And Julie Macfarlane, a professor at the University of Windsor Law School. Watch the recording of the webinar here. What’s Wrong with the Nova Scotia Human Rights Regime? Wed. Feb. 3, 2021. This webinar discusses ideas for change with a special guest- Kathy Laird, the former CEO of the Ontario Human Rights Legal Support Centre. Watch the recording of the webinar here. People with Disabilities Fight Segregation and Demand Inclusion: Tue. Dec. 15, 2020. In this webinar we were joined by lawyers Claire McNeil, and Vince Colderhead and disability rights activist Vicky Levock. They discuss a landmark case in Nova Scotia. Watch the recording of the webinar here. Sick Workplaces Make Sick Workers: Nov. 17, 2020. Joined by presenter Brooke Thorndycraft, a mediator, leadership coach and organizational consultant. This webinar addresses the culture of burnout and turning it into a culture of care. Watch the recording of the webinar here. The Top Equity Stories in the Nova Scotia Advocate: Oct. 7, 2020. This webinar is presented by Robert Devet the editor of the Nova Scotia Advocate, where he talks about some of the important equity stories that have been published in the Nova Scotia Advocate. Watch the recording of the webinar here. Bad Bosses: My Experience in Toxic Workplaces: June, 17, 2020. We were joined by labor activist and journalist- Lisa Cameron. She talks about her experience with toxic workplaces and supervisors. Watch the recording of the webinar here. How do we Protect Precarious Workers?: May, 25, 2020. This webinar was presented by Darius Mirshahi who is the organizer of the service employees international union, local 2. Watch the recording of the webinar here.