Know Your Rights Workshop: Sexual & Gender-Based Violence at Work
Every worker has the right to a workplace free from sexual and gender-based violence and discrimination. These rights were gained through the collective struggles of women’s liberation, racial and gender justice, disability justice and the labour movement. Join us on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women to learn about your rights around sexual harassment and discrimination at work, how to hold your employer accountable and how your union can support you.
The Kingston District Labour Council Education Committee and Sexual Harassment and Assault Resource Exchange (SHARE) is hosting a FREE Know Your Rights workshop on November 25th at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library Central Branch from 1:30-4:30. This workshop will be facilitated by Kimalee Phillip (she/her), CUPE National Human Rights Representative and Meike Jourdain (she/her) SHARE Outreach Coordinator.
This interactive and participatory workshop will include discussions regarding sexual and gender-based violence, discrimination and other forms of oppression. Be mindful and take care when joining us for this conversation, your wellbeing is our priority.
You can sign-up for the workshop using the following link: