Fall Learning Workshop Series
SSAIC’s second Online Learning Workshop Series will be broken up into two parts. Each part will include three unique webinars aimed at any and everyone with a thirst to learn. Join us live through Zoom, or register and watch later.
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Registration for each learning workshop is by donation to SSAIC – your support makes a difference. Donate at any time here!
Click on the webinars below to register.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Survivors – October 6th @ 2:00pm Saskatchewan
COVID-19 has had unprecedented impacts on the whole world, but how has it impacted survivors of sexualized violence specifically? Co-presenting this webinar is Megan Sawyer, SSAIC’s Client Services Coordinator and counsellor to survivors. Watch the recording of our presentation here! Click here to make a donation.
Sex education is critical to the prevention of sexualized violence. Hear first-hand testimonies from four different sex educators across the province about how their programs have impacted our community and how you can get their programs in your classroom, agency, or groups! Speakers will include Morgan Price from SSAIC, Chelsea Ziegler from “Know Your Status”, Natalya Mason from Saskatoon Sexual Health, and Kirby Brigden from “Tell It Like It Is.” Click here to make a donation.
1 in 3 women report experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace, meaning we all know people impacted by this type of violence. We don’t know about you, but we know that this number needs to change. Learn how the grassroots organization Enough Already SK is making that change through a new initiative dubbed “The Shift” from Nicole White, and hear from Hilary Peterson from PLEA about how the law community has gotten involved in this pervasive issue. Click here to make a donation.
Saskatchewan is experiencing a human trafficking epidemic. With the highest rates of humans trafficked in the country, it’s high time that we begin breaking the stigma on discussing trafficking in order to better help and serve survivors. Join the director and founder of Hope Restored Canada to learn about their programming and how you can help end human trafficking in Saskatchewan. Click here to make a donation.