Connecting the Dots: Migration, Discrimination, and Mental Health


The North Bay Newcomer Network & the North Bay & District Multicultural Centre present: The Opening Doors Project 2-Day Workshop Series
Connecting the Dots: Migration, Discrimination, and Mental Health
"Strengthening mental health, anti-racism & anti-discrimination literacy in our community"

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February 27 & 28 • 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Free • Lunch Provided
Open to: service providers, educators, healthcare providers, law enforcement, employers & government

Join us as we explore:
- going beyond multiculturalism and diversity and move into anti-racism
- moving away from a single narrative of migration and see the great diversity that characterizes the experiences of newcomers to Canada
- a broad understanding of mental health, incorporating the social determinants that impact the health of particular individuals and communities
- a variety of mental health perspectives and approaches, such as 'sanism' and 'mentalism'
- the major stressors that affect particular groups and communities
- understanding stress not only as an individual factor but as a social phenomenon rooted in specific socio-economic conditions
- the concept of 'intersectionality' to highlight the shifting nature of identity and multiple ways of being

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Questions? Contact Meg @ | 705-495-8931

Contact Information

Name: Meg Ramore
Phone: (705) 495-8931

Location Information

Discovery North Bay Museum
100 Ferguson Street North Bay, ON
North Bay P1B 1W8

Date & Time

27 February, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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