CULTURALLY WELCOMING & INCLUSIVE VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS
WEBINAR: Culturally Welcoming & Inclusive Volunteer Programs
This webinar is designed to assist managers of volunteers in building culturally inclusive volunteer management practices into their volunteer programs, so that mainstream volunteer programs can better attract and retain newcomers, refugees, Indigenous groups as volunteers, and present a more welcoming and inclusive face to their community.
The workshop benefits newcomers, refugees, and Indigenous groups by finding ways to be engaged in their community, learn new skills, gain experience, and help improve the quality of life in their community more effectively.
Unlimited number of participants can attend. Registration is open to all staff and volunteers from community social services organizations (of any size). This webinar is best suited for staff or volunteers responsible for managing volunteers.
Please note: There are no complementary workshop paired with the Culturally Welcoming & Inclusive Volunteer Program webinar.
About the Trainer
Dr. Moussa Magassa is a specialist in justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, human rights, social justice, intercultural communication, conflict resolution, and volunteer program development and evaluation. Dr. Magassa works as the UVic Principal Strategist. He also is an associate faculty in the UVic Social Justice Diploma program and the M.A in Global Leadership program at Royal Roads University; and an instructor in the UVic diploma program in intercultural studies & practice and at the UBC Centre for intercultural communication.