Diversity & Inclusion 

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Equity is a deeply rooted value within our organization. Here you will find resources that aim to raise awareness and foster diversity and inclusion in the circus arts. If you are bilingual, don't hesitate to visit the French version of this page to find different resources!

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Educate Yourself: Online Racial Equity Workshops (ongoing):
A big selection of workshops online to help you learn more and provide a platform for conversations on racial injustices and inequality. Donation suggested.
Dates: Multiples dates from now to May, 2021.

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Professional Artistic Mentorship offered by Diversité artistique Montréal (DAM)
It provides inspiring mentorship opportunities for professional artists of diverse backgrounds. Mentors provide expert guidance, support and inspiration to help mentees concretely develop their careers.

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Anti-racism resources (from the Canadian government website)

Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion

A teaching guide for addressing diversity and inclusion in the classroom or with a group (Experiences Canada)

Culturally Responsive Education: 15 Strategies & Ways to Practice CRE
The article explores the importance of culturally responsive teaching, the benefits of using its methods, and how to practice it in your classroom (with concrete examples)

Checklist for meaningfully inclusive events
10 things to think about in order to make your event truly inclusive

White supremacy culture in organizations
This document lists the types of organizational culture that perpetuate systemic racism, and proposes concrete measures to implement truly inclusive internal policies and a better ethics in professional relations.

Results from the North-American survey on equity and inclusion in circus
Survey conducted by Circus for Change in 2020

Deaf and Disability Arts Practices in Canada
Report by the Canada Council for the arts

Canadian Web-Based Diversity Resources by OntarioTech University

State of gender equality in the cultural and creative sectors
A UNESCO publication

Black Lives Matter Toolkits

Any more resources you'd like to suggest?