York’s Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion delivers REDDI and Anti-Racism Workshops
Over the last year, the Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion (CHREI) worked to strengthen the York community’s sense of inclusion and well-being by delivering 128 training sessions to 3,752 faculty, staff and students. These sessions included Rights, Equity, Diversity, Decolonization & Inclusion (REDDI) and Anti-Racism workshops, as well as customized sessions tailored to community requests.
CHREI’s REDDI workshops are a series of interactive and instructor-led training sessions. They provide the opportunity for the York community to come together to learn and reflect upon a variety of themes surrounding human rights, equity, diversity, decolonization and inclusion.
York community members can earn a earn a REDDI Certificate of Completion after taking three core REDDI training sessions, or a REDDI Mini-Series Certificate after completing three mini-series, plus one full-length workshop.