Creating a More Equitable Space An Interview with Donna Hinds, RSW on Anti-Oppressive Practice

Creating a More Equitable Space

An Interview with Donna Hinds, RSW on Anti-Oppressive Practice

Donna Hinds, MSW, RSW is a professor at the Social Service Worker Program at Centennial College, and an expert on anti-oppressive practice (AOP) and critical race theory. As an educator, Donna teaches her students how to use AOP when working with clients from marginalized backgrounds and communities.

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At the Root of the Issue An Interview with Dr. Ramona Alaggia on Gender and Violence

At the Root of the Issue

An Interview with Dr. Ramona Alaggia on Gender and Violence

Gender-based violence is one of the most pressing subjects of our time. The recent rise of the #MeToo movement, the findings of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), and the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 have put a huge media spotlight on gender-based violence and helped launch a broader discussion about the pervasive systemic issues at its root.

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Resilience and Well-Being Q&A with LCol Suzanne Bailey and Marie-Lucie Bédard of the Canadian Armed Forces

Resilience and Well-Being

Q&A with LCol Suzanne Bailey and Marie-Lucie Bédard of the Canadian Armed Forces

Social work and social service work can be very rewarding professions for those who have empathy, want to help others and make a positive contribution to society. Yet, at the same time, both professions can be extremely demanding, with many social workers and social service workers experiencing burnout and compassion fatigue.

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