Addressing the issues of systemic discrimination |

Addressing the issues of systemic discrimination

Paula Puddy, HBA LLB MBA

Allyship means something different depending on who you talk to. According to Justice O'Bonsawin, it is a synonym of partnership. She asserts that everyone should be working towards a common goal of teamwork, regardless of race or gender.

This distinguished CCLA panel have an open and frank discussion about allyship, diversity and inclusion with respect to everyday interactions with clients and colleagues. They will also touch upon how to practically carry out self change to effectively have a positive impact on those around us and address the issues of systemic discrimination facing equity-seeking members of the Bar.

If you are looking for varied perspectives on the topic of allyship and discrimination, this video is full of insight and valuable alternate viewpoints.

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