Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Oppression
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This course engages students in an introductory discussion of anti-discrimination and anti-oppression principles. Students will be introduced to the historical and lived realities of discrimination that equity-seeking groups have encountered and continue to encounter in Canadian society. In so doing, the course explores social, philosophical, and legal responses to discrimination. Students will also consider social theories of anti-oppression, established principles of intersectional allyship, and strategies to foster and support inclusive spaces.
When applying for this work assignment, please be aware that the course is being delivered in REMOTE format. Candidate will be required to work remotely, primarily via the University's CourseLink system during regular University instructional hours (8:30am to 10:00pm EST) as required. This contract will begin on August 24 and end December 24 2020. You will be paid for 140 hours of work over this period, of which between 8 and 15 paid hours will be for additional training to help you prepare for the mode of delivery of the course for which you will be TAing. This additional training will be specified by your supervisor, and may include online training modules as well as online college or departmental orientations. Additional hours will likely be available during the course of this work assignment. Details will be communicated to you by your supervisor.
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