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Addressing injustices / The politics of community work.
Addressing Injustices / The politics of community work.
A workshop with Vikki Reynolds.
This workshop is sold out. If you would like to be placed on a WAIT LIST (should a cancellation occur) call 0428293008 or email email@example.com
This workshop invites CEO’s, Team Leaders, front-line workers and interested others to explore how we can work for social justice in ways that resist contexts, language, and practices that perpetuate the very conditions we seek to overturn. In coming together, we will be invited to critically reflect on the connections and paradoxes between community work practice and the concept of social justice doing. Social justice-doing offers a way to center ethics, and support solidarity, in order to (enable our ability to) collectively sustain our work, reconnect with hope, and better respond to the conditions that sustain injustices.
Guide to the workshop content: A reflective session of the language that informs our practices / moving beyond the focus on "symptoms" and "pathology" and the medicalization of suffering on communities, as well as the ways we work togeather to address cultures of violence.
Facilitator: Vikki Reynolds identifies as a cisgender, heterosexual woman. She is an activist consultant, engaged in training and clinical supervision with refugees and survivors of torture, mental health and substance abuse counselors, rape crisis counselors, frontline and housing workers and transgender and queer communities. She has developed curriculum and taught Group Work, Diversity courses at Vancouver Community College, Adler University and the University of British Columbia. Vikki has presented her work internationally in Australia, New Zealand, U.S., and Ireland. Vikki works and lives on unceded x?m??kw?y??m (Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish), and S?l?ílw?ta? (Tsleil-Waututh) territories.
Vikki's workshops in Melbourne are around $185.00 early bird and $215.00 we have tried to keep our Hobart prices DOWN. If you want to attend and can't due to costs don't hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0428293008 / 61 3 9017 0118
12:15 till 4:45 (approx)
Battery Point Hall
52 Hampden Rd, Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania
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