This page is Collaborative Cohesive Comprehensive
Thinking behind the training plan
Call Out for collaboration
Scope specific sessions
Sector wide sessions
Q: How does the call out work?
A: We will be holding an open call out as well as doing some targeted outreach. The call outs for each session are currently open and will close a month before each session; the closing will be announced on our social media and on our website. At that time we will reach out to all those who have shown interest and set up an initial meeting to discuss next steps. If no collaborators are found we decide how to move forward internally at the ARC Hub and communicated.
Q: Who are you looking to collaborate with?
A: We are looking to collaborate with a diversity of stakeholders. We are really interested in validating that knowledge surrounding anti-racist and intersectional feminist principles and practice exist at all levels throughout our organizations. Even those looking to deepen their knowledge are invited into this process. We are not only interested in working with experts we are looking to work with all those interested in moving this work forward.
Q: What are you looking to build through collaboration?
A: We are looking to create sessions, may they be workshops or trainings, throughout the training plan that reflect the needs of the sector. We are truly trying to engage in the conversations and build from our sector as a resource that allows us to push this work further. Examples may look like a workshop that invites members of the sector to come together to work on a communications project or a training session on anti-racist policy writing led by an organization that may have recently gone through a process of learning.
Q: How many organizations can work together on a session?
A: If we end up with more than one organization showing interest in collaboration we will be organizing an initial meeting to collectively decide how to move forward based on capacity and interest. We don’t currently have a limit on collaboration.