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Events — March 26, 2012
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Events — March 19, 2012
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Events — March 5, 2012

March 8, 2012

International Women’s Day Event - Resilience, Wellness and Transcending Glass Ceilings
The Health Equity Office is hosting an educational and networking International Women’s Day event in a panel and discussion format with the option to view via webcast from your home or office. We will be discussing multiple perspectives about gender equity with diverse women who contribute to and are involved in rights, equalities and celebration of women’s wellness, resilience and achievements. Together participants and panelists will be identifying some key achievements in the area of gender equity and areas for improvement. 

Events — February 27, 2012

March 1, 2012

13th Annual George Brown College Mental Health Conference.
The focus of this year’s conference will be on addressing barriers to education and employment success for individuals dealing with mental health concerns. Main themes will be inclusion, systemic issues, individual stories of challenge and success, and innovation. Speakers will include researchers, academics, activists, students, and alumni.  

March 1, 2012

12:00 – 1:00
CAMH Grand Rounds 
“How Differing Concepts of the Social Determinants of Health Lead to Differing Approaches to Promoting Mental Health.”
CAMH’s Community Support and Research Unit is bringing in Dr. Dennis Raphael, a prominent Canadian advocate for policies that address the social determinants of health to speak at Grand Rounds. This event is open to the public and we are inviting community members who have an interest in the topic at hand.

Events — February 21, 2012

March 1, 2012

13th Annual George Brown College Mental Health Conference
The focus of this year’s conference will be on addressing barriers to education and employment success for individuals dealing with mental health concerns. Main themes will be inclusion, systemic issues, individual stories of challenge and success, and innovation. Speakers will include researchers, academics, activists, students, and alumni. 

March 1, 2012

12:00 – 1:00
Toronto
CAMH Grand Rounds – “How Differing Concepts of the Social Determinants of Health Lead to Differing Approaches to Promoting Mental Health.” (PDF)
Presented by Dennis Raphael, PhD.  

March 8, 2012

1:00 – 4:00
Toronto
International Women’s Day Event: Resilience, Wellness and Transcending Glass Ceilings. (PDF)
We will be discussing multiple perspectives about gender equity with diverse women who contribute to and are involved in rights, equalities and celebration of women’s wellness, resilience and achievements. Together participants and panelists will be identifying some key achievements in the area of gender equity and areas for improvement.

Events — February 13, 2012

March 1, 2012

“13th Annual George Brown College Mental Health Conference.”
The focus of this year’s conference will be on addressing barriers to education and employment success for individuals dealing with mental health concerns. Main themes will be inclusion, systemic issues, individual stories of challenge and success, and innovation. Speakers will include researchers, academics, activists, students, and alumni. 

Events — February 6, 2012

April 2-4, 2012

“Discovery 2012.”
Organized by the Responsible Gambling Council, this international conference is renowned for its diverse attendees representing prevention, treatment, research and policy analysis. 

June 4-6, 2012

“Together Against Stigma: Changing how we see mental illness.”
Organized by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and the World Psychiatric Association Scientific Section on Stigma and Mental Illness, this international conference will bring together over 500 researchers, mental health professionals, policy makers and service users interested in stigma and discrimination. The focus will be on effective interventions to reduce stigma and discrimination against those with mental illness.

Events — January 30, 2012

April 2-4, 2012

“Discovery 2012.” 
Organized by the Responsible Gambling Council, this international conference is renowned for its diverse attendees representing prevention, treatment, research and policy analysis. 

June 4-6, 2012

“Together Against Stigma: Changing how we see mental illness.”
Organized by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and the World Psychiatric Association Scientific Section on Stigma and Mental Illness, this international conference will bring together over 500 researchers, mental health professionals, policy makers and service users interested in stigma and discrimination. The focus will be on effective interventions to reduce stigma and discrimination against those with mental illness.

Events — January 23, 2012

February 1, 2012

“Are You Ready to Connect the Dots? Migration, Discrimination, Mental Health.”
The Canadian Mental Health Association of Toronto (CMHA-Toronto) and The Opening Doors Project present the first FREE Critical Development Day of 2012.
A day-long participatory session that aims to raise awareness around the impacts of migration, racism and other forms of discrimination on the mental health of newcomers and refugees. Through popular theatre activities and interactive discussions, the workshops will develop professional skills in order to foster welcoming communities for newcomers and refugees dealing with mental health issues. Upon completion, participants will be awarded The Opening Doors Project Critical Development Certificate.
When: Wednesday February 1st 2012, 9:15 am - 4:30 pm.
Where: Toronto Botanical Gardens
For more information or to register, contact Solome Goshu at openingdoors@cmha-toronto.net or 416-631-9896 ext. 238.
Please note that spaces are limited, and will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
Registration closes on Tuesday January 20th 2012 before 5:00pm.

Events — January 16, 2012

February 1, 2012

“Are You Ready to Connect the Dots? Migration, Discrimination, Mental Health.”
The Canadian Mental Health Association of Toronto (CMHA-Toronto) and The Opening Doors Project present the first FREE Critical Development Day of 2012 A day-long participatory session that aims to raise awareness around the impacts of migration, racism and other forms of discrimination on the mental health of newcomers and refugees. Through popular theatre activities and interactive discussions, the workshops will develop professional skills in order to foster welcoming communities for newcomers and refugees dealing with mental health issues. Upon completion, participants will be awarded The Opening Doors Project Critical Development Certificate. When: Wednesday February 1st 2012, 9:15 am - 4:30 pm. Where: Toronto Botanical Gardens For more information or to register, contact Solome Goshu at openingdoors@cmha-toronto.net or 416-631-9896 ext. 238. Please note that spaces are limited, and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Registration closes on Tuesday January 20th 2012 before 5:00pm. 

March 20-23, 2012

“Rainbow Health Ontario 2012 Conference.” 
Rainbow Health Ontario is proud to present the only conference in Canada focused on the health and wellness of our diverse and vibrant lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities.  Our theme, "Supporting LGBT Health Through Every Stage of Life" explores the experiences, strengths and needs of LGBT people and communities across the life cycle from family formation, to adolescence, to adulthood and old age. A rich choice of workshops, research soundbytes and plenary sessions will highlight new knowledge, vital issues and best practices from leaders in research, clinical practice, health promotion, equity and policy fields. This year our conference will include workshops and research presentations in French and all plenary sessions will feature simultaneous translation in both official languages. We invite health and social service providers, community members, researchers and policy makers to learn and share, to broaden your networks, and to find inspiration for your ongoing work.

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