Tuesday, March 24, 2020
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Emera Innovation Exchange
Signal Hill Campus
Workshop Registration Fee:
$10 for BANL Members
$25 for Non-members*
*(includes annual membership)
Canada’s Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is supporting efforts to address all kinds of harassment in arts workplaces (including sexual harassment bullying, discrimination and violence), and to lay the groundwork for “respectful workplaces” as the norm in the cultural sector.
Under the Respectful Workplaces in the Arts (RWA) banner (www.respectfulartsworkplaces.ca), CHRC’s Maintaining Respectful Workplaces workshops have been created to explore how to best deal with harassment situations through:
- discussions of what IS and IS NOT a respectful workplace
- a review of situations and scenarios to identify how to create and sustain a respectful workplace
- an in-depth consideration of the roles of both employers and artists and cultural workers in establishing and maintaining a respectful workplace
In this three-hour workshop, tools and tips, including province/territory-specific legislation, will be highlighted for both employers and artists and cultural workers to create and maintain a respectful workplace.
About Jenn Deon
Based in St. John’s, NL, Jenn Deon is an artist, entrepreneur, feminist and activist. She has worked as an independent professional theatre practitioner for over 20 years and also operates as an accredited business communicator (ABC) with her company Jenn Deon Consulting Inc. She is a founder and current producing artistic director of the PerSIStence Theatre Company, a PACT affiliate member that uses professional theatre “to respond to the persistent and universal need for promoting, understanding and embracing the core beliefs of feminism.” Previously Jenn was the artistic director of the Shakespeare By The Sea Festival – St. John’s from 1995-2015. She is committed to the expansion of respectful workspace practices in all environments and is very pleased to be a trainer for CHRC’s workshops on Maintaining Respectful Workplaces.
Pay Per Use parking is available via the Passport parking mobile app at $1.50 per hour (+$0.20 flat transaction fee). Guest parking at the Signal Hill Campus is available in the middle (zone 200) and lower (zone 201) sections of the parking lot. A user guide for the Passport Canada Parking App can be found here.
As well, there is free parking available at the Geo Centre which is about a 4-minute walk from the Signal Hill Campus.
The venue is fully wheelchair accessible and public transportation is in close proximity.
We are unable to accommodate attendee cancellations or refunds less than 48 hours prior to the workshop. Business & Arts NL reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this workshop if necessary.
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