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What is intersectionality?

This video was created as part of the Global Rights Connection 2022 human rights online training. It does a quick review of how the concept of intersectionality was developed and how it is used today as a framework to situate oppressions, as well as how it fosters inclusivity. Also available in French.

National Child Day 2022 – Race to inclusion

This booklet was created to celebrate National Child Day and to support children in learning more about their rights and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. This year we are focusing on the right to be and to feel included regardless of identity. Also available in French.

Inclusion definition

A working definition of the word “Inclusion”. This definition guides the work of the Inclusion Learning Committee at Equitas. A reference/resource for those who wish to work on the concepts of inclusion, belonging, and accessibility. Also available in French

Bridging our Diversities: Building Equitable and Inclusive Communities

This chapter of Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education provides effective human rights education strategies for enabling the meaningful participation of all people in their communities, regardless of their status or position, ethnicity, age, income, sexual orientation, gender identity, language or ability.

Bridging our Diversities: A Compendium of Good Practices in Human Rights Education

This comprehensive publication builds on years of research and analysis conducted by Equitas in close collaboration with organisations in the Global South as a follow-up to an international conference organized in 2017 by Equitas and the OHCHR, supported by Global Affairs Canada. It addresses the following topics among others: women’s rights, indigenous rights and engaging decision-makers.

Peace Days activity 2022 : Exclusion by numbers

This activity, taken from Equitas’ Building Inclusive Communities guide and adapted in the context of Peace Days 2022, asks children to think about situations of racism, discrimination and exclusion, to explore what it feels like to be treated unfairly, and to discuss how to adopt more inclusive behaviors. Also available in French.

Guidelines for ethical use of images

These guidelines establish best practices for capturing and disseminating images (photos or videos) with the most informed consent of those featured in the images with conscious thought given to all ethical considerations. Also available in French.

How to Dismantle Racism using a Human Rights-Based Approach

Addressing racism today requires an understanding of how human rights are violated by racist ideas and discriminatory acts. Being anti-racist begins with an awareness of several forms of racism, which includes individual, interpersonal, institutional, and systemic. This tip-sheet was created after a partner workshop called “Human Right Education as an Intersectional Anti-Racism Tool”. Also available […]