We are all invited to celebrate Inclusive Leadership, the Earth Charter and emerging Inclusive Leaders in our Global Village.
It takes a village to raise the next generation of Inclusive Leaders. We are all invited to contribute to a creative and meaningful Inclusive Leadership fund-raiser in Victoria, BC on March 23 being hosted by ILC Board Member, Lindsay Beal.
It is so easy for supporters from near and far to get into the spirit of this party by purchasing tickets or making a donation. Simply click here to DONATE
Lindsay’s husband Paul Van Goozen will process your $20 contribution. Or contact Lindsay by phone 250-380-0181 or email email@example.com. If you live in or near Victoria this is going to be a fabulous party to go to. We will post poems and photos so that supporters from farther away can join us in spirit!
Pink Shirt Day is now celebrated on February 27 around the world. How did this day begin? Pink Shirt Day began in 2007 as an act of kindness in Nova Scotia, Canada. David Shepherd, Travis Price and their teenage friends bought 50 pink shirts and distributed them to all the boys in the school as a way of standing up for a newcomer Grade 9 student who was being bullied for wearing pink.
Pink Shirt Day has become a day of education about standing up for safety, kindness and respect in schools and the wider community. For the past three years, the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative has facilitated Pink Day workshops at Clements Centre,Duncan, BC, Canada. This year will be a Pink Shirt Day Quiz Show about how to prevent and stop cyberbullying.
Here is a sneak peak at a few of the questions. We will post the answers next week:
- The Golden Rule for getting along with others is “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” What are some golden rules for getting along with others on the internet?
- Many schools and community centres have become bully-free zones where everyone learns that: “In this place, and with these people I feel safe.” What is a rule you can follow that will make your computer and your phone a bully free zone?
- Many schools and community centres teach kids AND adults how to use our W.I.T.S. (W = WALK AWAY. I =IGNORE IT. T = TALK IT OUT. S = SEEK HELP. What are some ways you can use your W.I.T.S. if you are being bullied on your computer or on your cell phone?
- Is this rule true or false?: “Don’t text or post anything when you’re angry. If you are angry take a break from your computer, put down your smart phone and take a walk to clear your mind. Only text or post or email when you feel calm.”
- We all know about “Saftety First.” How do you make sure you are safe on the internet and cell phones?
- What are some signs that someone is being cyberbullied?
- What are some ways peers, family, teachers and mentors can help prevent cyberbullying and put a stop to cyberbullying?
- Is this true or false: “If you don’t type the person’s name when you spread rumors or make jokes, then it is not cyberbullying.”
Get set for an inclusive diversity education experience on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada as exciting and life-changing as travelling to different countries around the world!
Inclusive Leadership Adventure Weekends: Three days of experiential diversity education as exciting and life-changing as travelling to different countries around the world. Continue reading
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Monday, January 21, 2019 is Martin Luther King day in the USA. A goal of this day is to participate in community service that emulates Martin Luther King’s efforts to free the USA of discrimination.
“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” (Martin Luther King) Continue reading
Registration is underway for our upcoming guided online quest to Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential beginning January 24. We are half way to our goal of welcoming thirty champions of diversity and inclusion to embark on this journey together. We encourage you to sign up for this online learning adventure and invite others from across Canada and around the world who are passionate about diversity and inclusion to participate with you. Continue reading
Inclusive Leadership Education is the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative’s collaborative and inspiring gift to the world.
This post – collaboratively written Nov 25 and Dec 2, 2018 by 23 members and supporters of the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative – helps explain why members of the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative are so dedicated to bringing diverse people together to nurture and mentor Inclusive Leadership development. Continue reading
submitted by Claudia Sanchez
Here I am participating in “Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential” online. I feel gratitude for the community we are co-creating and have really enjoyed the journaling, writing and reflecting activities in this course. I feel so attracted to Anti-discrimination First Aid and Skills for Connecting with Differences, especially the skill of relaxing. Continue reading