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IAP2 Canada, in partnership with IAP2 USA, holds monthly learning webinars, covering a range of topics of interest to P2 practitioners.These are free for members and just $50 for non-members, and access to the IAP2 Webinar archive is a benefit exclusive to members.

Webinars are recorded; the recordings and any collateral material are made available for the professional development use of our members and non-members who have paid to take part in the monthly webinars.

IAP2 Tasters are exclusively available to members. Tasters are mini-versions of professional development courses. In these webinars, you'll get to engage with a trainer on a given topic, ask questions and make comments, and come away with two or three learning points that you can put to work right away in your own practice. Many of these same trainers present longer versions of these courses, whether ad hoc throughout the year or in online trainings.

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These webinars (before 2017) have been released from the archives and are now free to the general public! 

Webinar Samplers

Charlotte Encore: "Walk it Like You Talk It: Youth Empowerment & Racial Equity"

In the first of our "Charlotte Encores" we offer a reprise of one of the keynote presentations at the 2019 IAP2 North American Conference. Liz Styron and Kaleia Martin will discuss how youth empowerment, racial equity, and collective power can be harnessed to create sustainable and effective change within our local organizations and the communities we serve.


A link to Pam Diggs' article, "10 Reasons Why Youth Empowerment Without a Racial Equity Approach Won't Work"

An article they referred to, "The Complexity of Identity", by Beverly Daniel Tatum (attached)

A TEDTalk by Kimberle Crenshaw on "The Urgency of Intersectionality"

"The complexity of Identity: 'Who Am I?'" by Beverly Daniel Tatum

Victoria Encore: "Not Just Dragons"

Miranda Eng of Context: An Argyle Company discusses the challenges of and some solutions to engaging communities of color, using her own experiences working with people in Vancouver's Chinatown.

Download the PowerPoint Presentation

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