Projet Bleuet Open Workshops
Projet Bleuet is proud to offer, in partnership with the Black Students' Network and ECOLE, its first-ever open workshops!

Over the past two year, Projet Bleuet facilitators have been writing, developing and facilitating workshops for camp counselors and childcare providers interested in exploring anti-oppressive approaches to childcare. We would like to offer these workshops to the Montreal community this summer to share our knowledge and learn from you in return!

We will be facilitating two separate workshops, and each will be followed by a time for discussion of the workshop content and structure.

Times and locations:

Managing Challenging Situations With Children
Wednesday July 20th 1h - 4h30 PM
McGill Student Society Building (SSMU): 3600 McTavish Street

Understanding and Responding to Discrimination in Childcare
Monday July 25th 5 pm - 9 pm
McGill Student Society Building (SSMU): 3600 McTavish Street

Accessibility information:
SSMU Building: The SSMU Building is wheelchair accessible, including automatic doors, bathrooms, and elevators. There is a gender-neutral bathroom located on the 4th floor.

FREE childcare will be offered.
There will be some vegetables and other snacks.

About Projet Bleuet:
Projet Bleuet offers training workshops for counselors and child care providers to equip them with anti-oppressive practices and construct supportive environments for children. We offer training workshops centered around understanding discrimination in the context of childcare and Montreal, managing challenging behaviors with kids, and creating sport activities that are inclusive to all children. Throughout the workshops, counselors will work through practical scenarios and develop language, responses, and strategies for addressing discrimination and achieving greater inclusion in child care contexts. More info: www.projetbleuet.ca

About the BSN:
The BSN has been a Students’ Society of McGill University service since 1970 and has a commitment to addressing and combating oppression on campus and the wider Montreal community. They organize a wide variety of events throughout the year in order to educate and bring people together. This includes events like Soul Food Fridays, political discussions, parties, radio programs and much more. The BSN can be contacted at their official email: bsnmcgill@gmail.com.

About ECOLE:
ECOLE is a model of urban sustainable living and a physical hub for the McGill and Montreal sustainability communities. Our mandate is to bring together McGill students, faculty and staff and Montreal community members in the pursuit of sustainable living by means of applied student research, alternative education, and community building. By incorporating living practices including composting, reducing energy and water use, and using consensus-based decision making and anti-oppressive practices, ECOLE strives to be a model of both material and social sustainability.
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