CHREI to launch its summer REDDI sessions

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York University’s Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion (CHREI) is kicking off its Rights, Equity, Decolonization, Diversity & Inclusion (REDDI) Series summer sessions on June 3 with one of its most popular events, Creating and Maintaining Positive Space, just in time for Pride Month.

The REDDI Series offers students, staff and faculty opportunities to learn through interactive sessions that emphasize engagement and skill building.

The REDDI Mini-series on Preventing Sex and Gender Harassment and Discrimination will feature four sessions running from June 3 to July 9. Three sessions from the core REDDI series, Addressing Discrimination Today, are scheduled in July.

Participants can earn a core REDDI Series Certificate and a REDDI Mini-series Certificate by signing up for sessions on YU Learn. If not enough sessions are not completed during the summer, additional sessions will be held in the Fall and Winter terms.

For more information on the REDDI Series, visit the CHREI website.