Respectful Workplaces

Respectful Workplaces

Ottawa City Hall
110 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
Ticket price: $20-$30
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Proudly co-presented by and Ottawa Arts Council and Arts Network Ottawa, in partnership with CHRC:

CHRC's Respectful Workplaces in the Arts is a national campaign to build a sector-wide culture of fairness, dignity and respect. Let’s work together to shape safe and healthy work environments, free from all forms of harassment. Participating artists and arts organizations across Canada will have the tools, resources and training to prevent harassment of any kind, and build respectful workplaces as the norm in the cultural sector.

Wednesday February 5th / 2pm-5pm: Two separate workshops will be offered simultaneously in English and French.

Located in the Honeywell Room and Richmond Room at City Hall - Capacity is limited to 24 per workshop.

English Workshop led by Renuka Bauri

Renuka Bauri is the Director of Communications and Advocacy for Canadian Artists Representation / Front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC National). She is on the steering committee for the Canadian Arts Coalition where she serves as the Vice-Chair, and is an active member of the SAW Video Board of Directors. She completed her B.A. (Honours) in Film Studies and English Literature and her M.A. in Film Studies at Carleton University.

French Workshop led by Lise Labine

Lise Labine a eu une carrière de 35 ans dans des postes de direction en ressources humaines, notamment au sein de sociétés de la Couronne au niveau fédéral. Au départ, de 1980 à 2000, Lise a occupé des postes de gestion en ressources humaines auprès de la Société Radio-Canada, suivi en l’an 2000, par le rôle de Direction des ressources humaines avec le Conseil des arts du Canada et en 2004 le rôle de Direction des ressources humaines avec le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada. Par la suite, elle a occupé des postes de direction dans le secteur post-secondaire en Ontario notamment avec l’université Carleton et le Collège Boréal.

Tickets Pricing

$20 - members of Arts Network Ottawa or Ottawa Arts Council
$30 - non-members

*Contact Ottawa Arts Council or Arts Network Ottawa for information on accessible ticket pricing.

This session is being held on the traditional and unceded lands of the Algonquin and Anishnabe nations, and welcomes and embraces the rich diversity of Ottawa’s cultural community.

Visit http://respectfulartsworkplaces.ca for more details! Funding for the Respectful Workplace program generously provided by Canada Council for the Arts and the Department of Canadian Heritage.