Relationships & Social Change: Holding the tension between ideals and reality

Join the Inner Activist for a special evening event in Vancouver Monday April 13, 2015.

WHEN
April 13, 2015 at 6:30pm - 8pm

Effective social change work hinges on our ability to build, sustain and nurture relationships. But how do we hold the tension between the ideals of social change and the realities of marginalization and systemic oppression with greater ease, integrity and joy for all? Join Inner Activist instructors Ian Curtin and Camille Dumond and alumni Lesley Anderson for this special evening event.

  • Explore why building relationships is an integral part of social change work.
  • Be introduced to a new model for navigating and transforming the most common relationship pitfalls.
  • Get a taste of the kinds of tools and experiences we offer at Building Strong and Respectful Relationships (May 30 - June 3, 2015) to support your ability to build impactful relationships and take your change work to new heights.
  • Meet other change makers from across the Lower Mainland.
  • Hear stories from a past participant about their experience of the course and how it assisted them as a changemaker and leader.

Location: 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, BC

Tickets: $20 (fill out RSVP below and then purchase your ticket!)

Hosted by:  

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Camille Dumond  - Camille is a member of the faculty team leading Building Strong & Respectful Relationships 2015. She has worked at the crossroads of healing and social justice for over 15 years, and is currently a therapist at the Vancouver Association for Survivors of Torture.

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Ian Curtin - Ian is the Project Director of the Inner Activist and a member of the facilitation team for Building Strong & Respectful Relationships 2015. He is also a core faculty member at the Haven Institute and President of a Victoria-based company specializing in facilitating organizational dialogues.

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Lesley Anderson - Lesley is an alumni of Building Strong & Respectful Relationships 2014. She has worked on social justice, community development and environmental sustainability initiatives for over 30 years with past positions at MOSAIC, YWCA, Vancity Community Foundation and Tides Canada.

CONTACT
Leslie Dickout ·

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