cultivating Safe Spaces
After two sold-out sessions in June, GVMA is honoured that Elaine Alec is able to run a September session of the Cultivating Safe Spaces Online Workshop.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2021
Cultivating Safe Spaces will be an online workshop led by Elaine Alec, a Syilx and Secwepemc community planner, author, political advisor, women’s advocate and teacher.
The Cultivating Safe Spaces Workshop is recommended to those working in Not for Profit sectors, Community Planning, Public Health, Education, Arts and Culture, Tourism, and anyone interested in learning more about creating and cultivating safe spaces of respect and inclusion in our community.
community, advocacy, & safe spaces
Elaine Alec is a direct descendant of hereditary chiefs, Pelkamulaxw and Soorimpt.
For over two decades, Elaine Alec has been leading expert in Indigenous community planning, health advocacy and creating safe spaces utilizing Indigenous approaches and ceremony.
Cultivating Safe Spaces Workshop Facilitator, Public Speaker, and Author, Elaine Alec
Bitter Root, or Spitlem in nsyilxcən language, is important to Syilx culture and people
Cultivating Safe Spaces registration information
Cultivating Safe Spaces will take place in an online workshop forum on Wednesday, September 18th, with another separate session on Friday, September 29. Each session will be online from 1-2:30 PM.
Registration is open to all, with a maximum of 25 participants in each session. The Cultivating Safe Spaces Workshop fee is $40.00.
Please contact us below to register for one of the two sessions. Let us know for which date you would like to register. We will then contact you to confirm your registration and invoice for the workshop fee. Thank you – lim lemt!