Develop your leadership skills related to diversity and inclusion, cultural competency and communication with the resources below.

Note: This is not an exhaustive list, it is to spark a conversation and reflection in our movements.

If you would like to suggest additions to this page, please contact us with a link to the resource, a short description and why you think it would make a useful addition to our collection.

Guidelines to Inclusive Language
Developing Cultural Awareness
Acknowledging Privilege
Anti-racism & racial justice resources
Call it out: racism, racial discrimination and human rights: A 30-minute interactive eCourse created by the Ontario Human Rights Commission
Intersectionality 101 by Olena Hankivsky, PhD
Allies in the Struggle: Intersectional work as a trauma-informed response and prevention slides
Trauma-informed. The Trauma Toolkit. A resource for service organizations and providers to deliver services that are trauma-informed (Second Edition 2013)
The Black Lives Canada Syllabus: Context of black life and black history in Canada
Immigrant and Refugee Communities Resource List
Stories Supporting Inclusion for People with Disabilities in Waterloo Region: I choose dign!ty

On campus

Rights and Responsibilities
Aboriginal Services
Counselling Services
Health Services
Conestoga Students Inc.
Accessible Learning
Security Services

Off campus

Need someone to talk to in the Waterloo Region?

Good2Talk Support Line for Post-secondary Students (1-866-925-5454)
Here 24/7: Addictions, Mental Health & Crisis Services (1-844-437-3247)
24-hour Support Line for Sexual Violence Survivors at SASC (519-741-8633)

Can't remember these numbers? Call 211 to be directed to the best resource.