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TAPA Trade Series: Conflict Resolution, Part 1 – IBPOC Perspectives

01/18/2022 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

This workshop is part of the TAPA Trade Series: Anti-Racism Training and Education Sessions presented  in partnership with CPAMO.

This workshop is offered free of charge, exclusively to TAPA Members. Please register through your MyTAPA account.

Facilitated by Sheila Wilmot, CPAMO Program Associate

This session will be done in 2 parts.  Part 1 will focus on conflict resolution from a more general IBPOC perspective.

About the Facilitator

Sheila Wilmot has been engaged in collaborative consulting work with arts organizations since 2014, in the intersecting areas of conflict resolution and equity-focused practice.  Topics have particularly included an attention to whiteness and racism.  The work has included research, workshop design and delivery, training and policy guide development, and conflict mediation.

She teaches in the Community Engagement, Development and Leadership certificate program at Ryerson University (The Chang School).  She is the Subject Matter Expert for the Community Engagement Practices and Capstone courses she has taught since 2013.

She was the staff Equity Officer for a union Local for almost 14 years.  She successfully negotiated equity-related contract provisions, and effectively represented union members in human rights focused- grievances and complaints.

Sheila holds a PhD in Adult Education and Community Development from OISE/University of Toronto (2011).  She is also the author of Taking responsibility, taking direction: White anti-racism in Canada (Arbeiter Ring, 2005).


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