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Please note:  Equal Are We has been postponed. Watch the website for updates on a new date.

In partnership with the City of Cambridge, YWCA Cambridge is hosting its third annual Equal Are We Conference. Stay tuned for a new conference date soon. 

YWCA EqualAreWe Logo 2018 ForWeb 01What is it?

Equal Are We is a full-day, dynamic conference with workshops, speakers, and some fun and engaging surprises aimed at making you question: what can do to make the spaces where I live, work, home, school, and beyond, more inclusive? How can we move from a place of divided views to a place of more tolerance and understanding?

Step up. Stand together.

Who is it for?

This conference is for high school youth age 14 - 18 and adults who share our vision for a community where everyone’s voice is equal.

Warning: This isn't one of those conferences where we talk at you. This is one of those conferences where we talk TO you. We believe every member of the community is an expert in their own space and we want to learn about your vision and ideas. We want you to connect with others and to leave feeling empowered to make your voice heard on what matters to you.

The day will be fast-moving, cover a range of topics, and include a ton of great voices. We can't wait to see you there. Adult tickets are $25 and include lunch. On sale now: get them here! Youth tickets are FREE - just fill out this short application form.

 

The 2018 Agenda

8:30 – 9:00
Registration

9:05 – 10:30

  • Opening Remarks – Mayor Doug Craig
  • Introduction – Megan Lambe, Committee Chair
  • Opening Activity – Jeff Perera, MC
  • Keynote Address – Eden Hennesey

10:40 – 11:25
Workshop 1 – Strongest Man
Facilitated by Male Allies staff and The W staff

11:30 – 12:15
Workshop 2 – Continuum of Harm
Facilitated by Male Allies staff and The W staff

12:30 – 1:30
Lunch and Performance
Great Sexpectations – SHORE Centre

1:30 – 2:30
Consent Panel. Moderated by Jermal Alleyne.
Panel Members:

  • Steve Soucie – University of Waterloo
  • TK Pritchard – Male Allies
  • Karen B. K. Chan - Fluid Exchange

2:35 – 3:05
Interview, Chief Bryan Larkin. Interviewed by Kim Decker
Waterloo Region Police Service response to the report on sexual assaults classified as “Unfounded”

3:05 – 3:30
Wrap-Up Activity

This sounds great! How can I attend?

Adult tickets are on sale now: get them here! Youth tickets are FREE - just fill out this short application form.

Cost per ticket is $25 and include lunch. Youth tickets have been sponsored by the City of Cambridge, and are available for students grade 9 - 12 . For more information This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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YWCA Cambridge (Head Office)

55 Dickson Street
Cambridge, ON
N1R 7A5

Monday-Saturday: 9 AM - 4 PM
(519) 267-6444

The W

20 Dickson Street (Unit 101)
Cambridge, Ontario
N1R 1T4

(519) 622-9960

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As a member agency of YWCA Canada, YWCA Cambridge is part of a national movement known as the country’s oldest and largest women's multi-service organization, the largest national provider of shelter, literacy, life skills, employment and counselling programs, and is the second largest provider of childcare services in Canada.

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