Courses and Descriptions

CYCP-3018Anti-Oppression and Equity in Practice

This course will invite students to explore the various forms of individual, cultural and systemic discrimination experienced by diverse groups of people in Canada. Students will be challenged to use an anti-oppression framework to critically analyze social inequities and to develop their own reflective practice. Learners will come to understand their responsibility to youth in care with respect to self-determination and the need to combat systemic oppression. The concept of ally ship will be threaded through the course so students can immediately begin their anti-oppressive practice. Students have the responsibility to enhance community by creating programs that embrace equity, empowerment and advocacy, students will have the opportunity to cultivate relationships with community mentors.
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