CPAC Anti-Racism Webinar Series (5) : Promoting Healthy Relationships and Preventing Racial Bullying

Date: Thursday, October 15, 2020

Time: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Languages: English, with simultaneous Chinese (Mandarin) interpretation

Click HERE to register

 

In response to the recent rise of anti-Asian racism during the Covid-19 pandemic and to help Asian Canadians better deal with racist harassments, CPAC has assembled a group of experts from across North America to present a series of educational webinars for the community in both English and Chinese. The topics include: Racism and Its Visible and Invisible Forms, Discrimination and Human Rights, Responding to Racist Harassments and Attacks, Bystander Intervention, Preventing Racial Bullying in School, and Racism, Hate Crime and Personal and Property Safety.

 

The fifth workshop of this series, Promoting Healthy Relationships and Preventing Racial Bullying, will be presented on Thursday evening, October 15, 2020, 8 pm – 9 pm.

 

The presentation will be in ENGLISH with simultaneous interpretation into CHINESE (Mandarin).

 

This interactive webinar will cover the following important topics.

  1. Definition of Bullying and Racial Bullying
  2. Racial Bullying during COVID-19
  3. Parents’ Roles in Identifying and Addressing Bullying Situations
  4. Addressing Bullying in Schools: Focusing on Promoting Healthy Peer Relationships

 

Who should attend?

  • Parents
  • Students
  • Educators
  • Administrators
  • Social workers
  • Counsellors
  • Policy workers
  • Community members concerned about racism and bullying
  • Others

 

Please register online HERE.

 

PRESENTER: Samuel Kim, M.Sc.

Samuel Kim has been extremely well received as a presenter at Queen’s University and out in the community. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in the Clinical Psychology program at Queen’s University, under the supervision of Dr. Wendy Craig, Scientific Co-Director of Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network (PREVNet). His research focuses on how school environments can be shaped to better support the needs of vulnerable youth, especially youth who experience bullying. His dissertation will focus on the factors that influence youths’ decision to seek help for bullying.

Samuel currently works directly with children and youth in various clinical settings. He has a strong passion for working with diverse populations and aims to integrate cultural factors into his clinical work with multicultural populations. He is also active in promoting mental health awareness among educators within the Kingston Community as a project lead in the Clinical Psychology Outreach Program at Queen’s University.

 

CPAC Anti-Racism Webinar Series is funded by: