February 10


12:00 - 13:30

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Impact Hub

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Impact Hub Ottawa

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Explore how to cultivate more equitable spaces for reflection, relationship building, and action

Every year, CKX’s Cohort X holds space for 4-6 leaders working at the intersections of gender and climate justice. Drawing from their experience in designing and running this unique program, the team behind Cohort X will share strategies for cultivating equitable spaces that help leaders to tackle complex, intersecting challenges.

Learn how cohort-based programming can challenge traditional models of organizing for action, and leave with experience-backed strategies to help you centre co-creation, reciprocal relationships, and reflection in service of those at the forefront of transformative action.

Juhi Sohani is a community organizer and digital communications specialist with a special focus on the impacts of capitalism and colonialism on climate justice. Her passion for movement-building was seeded by inherent collectivist principles in her Pakistani upbringing and the class struggle that affects us all.

Yas Hassen is a community organizer rooted in decolonial approaches to community engagement. They are interested in bridging the gaps and finding the intersections between Black liberation, Indigenous sovereignty, anti-racism, belonging and community, anti-poverty, and climate justice in pursuit of just futures.

Community Knowledge Exchange (CKX) is a social change agency that aspires to make shift happen in the pursuit of just futures, fundamental and healing change that challenges longstanding and entrenched paradigms.

This is one of four in a series of workshops on Stories, Skills, and Mindsets for Collaboration, made possible with the support of Employment and Social Development Canada’s SDG Programme.

Join us this February to hear from three inspiring leaders about the innovative strategies they’re using to support inclusive collaboration as they strive for social and climate justice in their communities.

More events in this series:

Brown Bag Lunches are Impact Hub Ottawa’s weekly lunch & learns led by Hubbers, for members and non-members alike. Topics vary each week, but you’re always sure to learn something new!

Please note:

  • A link to register via Zoom will be provided once you sign up on Eventbrite
  • This event will be recorded and shared with Impact Hub Ottawa members and all who register

Tickets: In an effort to make this event as accessible as possible and to remove cost as a barrier to participating, we’re offering a tiered pricing system including a fully subsidized option. Upon checkout, please select the option that best suits your needs – no questions asked.

Consider becoming an Impact Hub Ottawa Virtual Member. This gives you access to our team of Coaches, community Slack, and all kinds of perks and resources to help you grow your business or career!

Looking for a home away from home? Perhaps a coworking membership is for you. Find out more here. Note that our opening hours may be affected by current COVID-19 restrictions. Please check with us if you have any questions about visiting our space.