Standing Together Conference (Collective Approach to Safe Workplaces)

March 6, 2019

March 6, 2019


Royal Executive Hotel, 2828 23 Street Northeast, Calgary



Events Description

The Standing Together conference is a positive collective approach to developing & sustaining safe workplaces, ones in which employees, supervisors & managers are respected & valued. The conference will bring together a community of individuals, businesses, scholars, social service agencies, governments & not-for-profit sector to share and learn advances in understanding, preventing and managing workplace racism, discrimination, bullying and harassment.

This conference is delivered by The Alberta Network of Immigrant Women (, a registered charity, and funded by The Government of Alberta.

The Keynote Speakers will be the new Commissioner of the Alberta Human Rights Commission, Mr. Michael Gottheil and Deputy Commissioner of the RCMP, Ms.Jennifer Strachan.

The one day conference will discuss the economic, social and societal damage caused by adverse workplace practices as well as examine the profound implications of global events on workplace norms and cultures in Alberta. The conference creates a well balanced, public forum in which participants and speakers build on existing initiatives and brainstorm strategies for positive, sustainable workplaces.

Who is it for?


Tickets : Adults: $50
How to get tickets?
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Date & Time: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | 08:00am – 04:00pm

Venue: Royal Executive Hotel
2828 23 Street NE Calgary

Free Parking
Public transport accessible

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