Learn about our education opportunities for midwives and the public below.
Friday, September 24, 2021 1200-1330
Anti-racism workshop led by Stacey Alderwick
This training is for midwives
MAM is pleased to present a special continuing education: Anti-racism workshop led by Stacey Alderwick
Friday, September 24, 2021 1200-1330. This will precede our Annual General Meeting,
there is a separate registration for the AGM.
Capacity capped at 24 participants, so register now!
(We may offer this again, so if you are not available for Friday Sept 24 at 12:00, send an
email us expressing your interest in a future repeat presentation)
Facilitator Profile STACEY ALDERWICK, has been providing education, conflict
management and strategic planning services since 2001. An Adult Educator,
specializing in anti-oppression, anti-racism, equity and inclusion, Stacey creates
meaningful, interactive and experiential learning environments, having worked as an
inclusion educator at the University of Toronto and the University of Guelph. Stacey is
an experienced mediator, supporting problem-solving in interpersonal and workplace
contexts with patience, skill and authenticity. She is also a Restorative Justice facilitator
with Correctional Service Canada, assisting people who have been affected by serious
and violent crime to articulate their needs and work through the impacts.