Bystander Intervention Training
The Bystander Intervention Training Program is designed to equip Victoria residents with practical skills and tools to be better anti-racist allies.
Inequities will not disappear on their own. Tools must be used to create the change we want.
If your organization or business wants to encourage cultures of inclusion, close racial gaps and maximize anti-racist impacts in your place of work, please get in touch with us. No matter where you are on this journey, we will gladly work in collaboration with you to design strategies that not only advance justice and equal opportunity for all, but keep you relevant, competitive, and employers of choice.
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Paulina Grainger, Manager Arts, Equity + Community Engagement
Phone: 250.388.4728 Ext. 2138
ICA offers community support to individuals and organizations working to be better allies in the fight against Systemic Racism. Sign-up today to stay informed on our programs.
Equity Homework Guide
Racial equity is deeply important work, and our current times require greater intentionality to shift existing culture. Deeper pre-engagement work and assessment of organizational readiness is critical to your overall success. Here are some questions you can ask yourself and begin finding answers to before starting the program with us:
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Whether you are a newcomer to Canada or an immigrant who has been here for many years, our Employment Services team can assist with job search and skills training programs to help you find work in the Canadian job market.
Ways To Give
Your tax-deductible donation helps ICA welcome, support and provide much-needed services for immigrants and refugees as they settle into the community. There are many ways to give a gift that has a direct, positive impact on the lives of newcomers. Donate or volunteer today!
Community Partnership Network (CPN)
The Community Partnership Network (CPN) is a group of more than 300 local agencies, businesses, and institutions committed to building diverse, equitable, and inclusive communities in Greater Victoria.