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Lunch and Learn with Nicole White

February 7, 2024

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission continues its Employment Equity Partner Lunch and Learn series on Thursday, February 22, 202at 12:00 p.m.

The guest speaker is Nicole White. Her presentation – Addressing and Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace –  will explore how to identify different types of harassment and how it impacts people in Saskatchewan workplaces. Nicole will also discuss the business case for harassment prevention, help employers and employees better understand their roles in addressing harassment in the workplace, and provide select bystander intervention strategies.

  • When is it: Thursday, February 22, 2024
  • Where is it held: Online using the Webex teleconferencing platform
  • How to register: Email [email protected]

Meet the Speaker

Nicole is a registered social worker and has been Project Lead for Enough Already for the past four years. Prior to that, she worked in the community for two decades engaging with marginalized communities. In her spare time, Nicole started a non-profit organization called Moon Time Connections, which has sent four million menstrual products to northern and remote communities across the country since its inception.

Enough Already is a multi-stakeholder coalition determined to address and prevent workplace sexual harassment in Saskatchewan. Enough Already works with government, business, industry associations, unions, and community organizations to make workplaces throughout Saskatchewan safe for everyone.



Interested in becoming an SHRC Employment Equity Partner?

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission’s equity program is a proactive strategy for promoting equity and preventing discrimination. The goal of the equity program is to encourage workplaces and learning environments to mirror the make-up of the population of Saskatchewan and develop plans to support success. The four equity-seeking groups are comprised of people who identify as: Indigenous, a visible minority, having a disability, and women in underrepresented occupations.


If you are interested in receiving news about future Lunch and Learns or other upcoming Commission events, email [email protected]