Courageous Conversations with Dr. Christine LwangaJanuary 19, 2022
The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission continues its online Courageous Conversation speaker series on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 10:00 AM.
The speaker is Christine Lwanga PhD. Her Courageous Conversation “Addressing and Overcoming Systemic Racism” focuses on collaboration and finding solutions through a multi-disciplinary human rights values practice theory.
Dr. Lwanga graduated from University of Manitoba in October 2016. She briefly taught at the University of Regina during 2017 and at the University of Manitoba during 2018. Most of her post-doctoral work is focused on research, policy, and holistic development among African-descent and other marginalized communities in Western Canada.
In 2020-2021, Dr. Lwanga facilitated a series of virtual symposiums addressing institutional and systemic racism in recognition of the 5th year of the UN’s International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2014).
The third and final symposium of the series – Recognizing and Overcoming Systemic Racism: Advancing Health, Social and Economic Justice Together – contributed to the development of a multi-disciplinary practice theory, which is part of her current research, innovation, and development work.
In this work Dr. Lwanga collaborates with other scholars, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission and, local community organizations such as the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan.
The Courageous Conversation will take place on the WebEx video conferencing platform.
Attendees are encouraged to email questions in advance of the Courageous Conversation.
Please RSVP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, January 26. Once you have registered, a WebEx link to the event will be emailed to you.
|Event address for attendees:||https://skgov.webex.com/skgov/onstage/g.php?MTID=e0451fb40964b6da5de5fc1a97333b1f7|
|Date and time:||Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:00 am
Central Time (Saskatchewan, GMT-06:00)