Re:Action4Inclusion has steadily advocated for social change for over a decade. This movement is driven and empowered by youth leaders, with and without a disability, who see the importance of the basic human need to belong. The movement is launching two programs led BY youth, FOR youth, to encourage learning and reframe the understanding of inclusion.
Here are some upcoming opportunities for YOU!
- Inclusive Education Webinar: Calling ALL students, youth, teachers, educators, and self-advocates from Ontario and across Canada who are passionate about inclusive education! We invite you to a webinar hosted by Community Living Ontario’s Council and Youth Advisors on January 26, 2022, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST. This webinar focuses on experiences of education by people with and without a disability. We want to talk about the value of real learning opportunities, the impact of inclusivity and understanding of the diverse needs of students. Join us in this safe space to engage in discussion and make a difference! Registration is open: REGISTER NOW!
- Siblings Meet-Up Sessions, Citizens with a Cause: Re:Action4Inclusion is launching virtual meet-up sessions exclusively for youth advocates of a sibling with a disability in February 2022! Our relationships with our siblings are often some of the closest and strongest we will ever have in our lives. They are our best friends for life! A sibling’s role is even more important when your sibling is vulnerable or marginalised, as is often the case for young people who have an intellectual disability. Stay tuned to meet like-minded youth and talk about the joys, challenges, and responsibilities of being a sibling at our upcoming virtual meet-up sessions.
- Educational Workshop Series: Re:Action4Inclusion is launching an ‘Educational Workshop Series’ for all youth across Canada in February 2022! Every month, the workshops will provide a learning opportunity for youth to explore a range of topics and themes related to equality, diversity, and inclusion. The workshops will be youth-friendly, interactive and encourage students to think deeply about how to promote an inclusive Canada in their own innovative ways.