Join us for the March 24 REDI Lunch & Learn session
An in-depth conversation regarding respectful environments and the different options to report respectful environment concerns. Answering questions such as: what happens after these concerns have been reported? what does the process look like? how involved do I have to be? can I report as a 3rd party? can I report anonymously? – and many more
Facilitator: Robyn Campol
Date: Thursday, March 24, 2022
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm PDT
Please note that the event will not be recorded
What Will I Learn?
- Be able to describe the optimal learning and work environments.
- Understand what to do if your environment is not optimal.
- Discuss why people don’t report.
- Gain an understanding of the intent and the reasoning behind our reporting system.
- Participants will be able to describe the process for reporting and responding to reported concerns.
- Explore and discuss the various examples of report types including anonymous and confidential reporting.
- Understand what is meant by consent.
Robyn Campol is the Learning Environment advisor in the Faculty of Medicine Office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion. Robyn supports the education units to create respectful, inclusive, anti-racist and discrimination-free learning environments in which students feel safe to participate without fear of mistreatment or reprisals. In addition to providing advice and guidance to decision makers Robyn can assist Programs to resolve mistreatment or learning environment concerns through coaching, skill building and education, facilitation and mediation, and by conducting inquiries and investigations.
What is the REDI Lunch & Learn Series?
The Office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion is proud to present a new REDI Lunch & Learn series featuring our team of advisors: Robyn Campol, Dr. Neila Miled and Derek Thompson. This fresh and informative series will be spontaneous and conversational in its approach to talk about issues that are timely and relevant. These sessions will also highlight the importance of showing up to these necessary conversations with presence and persona – so bring your very best of curiosity and energy!
Each session will also provide an opportunity for the participants to engage in a Q & A or to simply to reflect on the merits of the conversations. This exciting series will be offered weekly starting in March 2022, with each advisor presenting their own one hour session.
Check the REDI Events page for updates on this series and all REDI offerings
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- 12:00 – 1:00 pm PDT
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- 12:00 – 1:00 pm PDT
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