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Programs & Services

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Through a partnership with the Sexuality Education Resource Centre and Klinic Community Health, we are pleased to offer a free virtual workshop: Creating a Culture of Consent in the Workplace.

Workplace sexual harassment is a harmful pattern of behaviour that negatively impacts individual staff as well as larger workplace units and teams. This workshop is ideal for all sectors and will include topics such as sexual harassment and disclosures in the workplace, developing a language of consent and respect in the workplace, and bystander skills for intervention.

Upcoming Training Opportunities


Creating a Culture of Consent at Work (Virtual)

November 22, 2022, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Location: Zoom Meeting

Workplace sexual harassment is a harmful pattern of behaviour that negatively impacts individual staff as well as larger workplace units and teams. During this participatory afternoon participants will identify and discuss the underlying issues that may lead to harmful workplace sexual harassment and, develop a practical lens and understanding of what ‘Consent at Work’ can mean in and for your workplace. Participants will also leave with learning effective skills for bystander intervention, how to better support staff who have disclosed experiences of workplace sexual harassment as well as information about how to navigate the local resource map of support available for Manitobans.  

COST: FREE!

REGISTER NOW

Creating a Culture of Consent at Work (In Person)

January 26, 2023, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Location: TBA

Workplace sexual harassment is a harmful pattern of behaviour that negatively impacts individual staff as well as larger workplace units and teams. During this participatory day participants will identify and discuss the underlying issues that may lead to harmful workplace sexual harassment and, develop a practical lens and understanding of what ‘Consent at Work’ can mean in and for your workplace. Participants will also leave with learning effective skills for bystander intervention, how to better support staff who have disclosed experiences of workplace sexual harassment as well as information about how to navigate the local resource map of support available for Manitobans. Participants will be granted an hour for lunch. Lunch not provided. 

COST: FREE!

REGISTER NOW


To book a private workshop, please click here.

For more information, please e-mail Richard McCrae