Health

Yoga for Youth Online Training

Date(s): 
Mon, 10/17/2016 - 09:00

Join us for this online training where New Leaf will share our best practices for making yoga accessible and relevant for young people in diverse and sensitive environments. Learn about topics including anti-oppression practices, trauma-informed frameworks, youth engagement skills, building mindfulness-based programs, and more! 

To sign up or learn more about our training, please follow the link below:

Panel discussion - Precarious work and health: walking the talk in health care organizations

Date(s): 
Wed, 10/05/2016 - 12:30 to 14:00

Please join us for a panel discussion: Precarious work and health: walking the talk in health care organizations

Hosted by: The Centre Talks committee from the Centre for Urban Health Solutions, St. Michael’s Hospital, and the Decent Work and Health Network

When: Oct. 5th, 12:30 - 2:00 pm

Where: Room 136, 209 Victoria St.

youth and identity on Sept 16

Registration is open for the FREE!  event and seats are still available.    All are welcome to attend.

 

Please join the City of Toronto in a discussion about youth and identity.

Everyone struggles with the question, “Who am I?”

For those concerned with how others perceive them, or who feel a core aspect of themselves, such as gender or race, is not being expressed or valued, this struggle is very real.

Water is Sacred: Voices from the Front Lines on Sept 20

Grassy Narrows has learned that Health Canada carried out tests on umbilical cord blood of scores of babies between 1978 and 1992. At least 143 people were identified as high-risk for mercury poisoning but Health Canada won't reveal their names so that they can get the care they need.

Improving Primary Health Care by Reducing Stigma - Sept 29

Improving Primary Health Care by Reducing Stigma

In 2010, The Office of Transformative Global Health at CAMH partnered with three Toronto-based Community Health Centres to develop and implement an anti-stigma/anti-discrimination intervention. The goal was to reduce stigma and discrimination among primary health care providers toward people with mental health and substance use issues.

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