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International Perspectives on Equity and Inclusion
Members Only
e-Learning; Online
June 15, 2021
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM ET
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Presented by the Educate, Innovate, Elevate and Act Subcommittee of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee

NAHRO’s Strategic Plan demonstrates our commitment to Equity and Inclusion through its adopted goals and strategies. The recent action by the Board of Governors in the adoption of an Equity Policy Framework reinforces the urgency of incorporating equity and inclusion throughout NAHRO’s vast footprint. DEIAC, joins with IRGE to sponsor an exciting international event. Please join us for an inspiring and provocative discussion on equity, inclusion, and intersectionality with our esteemed international guests from Canada, South Africa, France, and the Netherlands. Our guests will examine equity themes such as housing, community development, the intersectionality of race, gender, and ability and how equity impacts us all in many ways. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A. Runtime: 120 Minutes

Moderator – Liz Glenn


Ms. Anthea Houston - CEO Communicare Inc., President National Association of Social Housing Organizations, Cape Town, South Africa. Website -

Dr. Ernest Nene Khalema-University of KwaZulu Natal, Dean and Head of School of Built Environment & Development Studies, Durban, South Africa

Dr. Michel Sudarskis-International Urban Development Association, Secretary General, Paris, France

Mr. Gerrit Teunis- Former Chief Executive, Woningstichting Better Living, Vechtdal, Hardenberg, Zwolle, Netherlands

Mr. Justin Marchand- Executive Director of the Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services, of the CHRA Indigenous Caucus, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario

Ms. Kate Henderson-Executive Director of the National Housing Federation, London, England United Kingdom

Please note: This is a member only webinar. You will need to log into your NAHRO account before hitting "register now".

  • Member Price: Free


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