The Hart House Global Commons program theme for 2022-2023 is migrations. Program participants, event contributors, and panellists listen and share perspectives, stories, and research related to the many topics related to migrations and refugee experiences.
Hart House and the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) are delighted to present a series of workshops and learning sessions for students at the University of Toronto and from partnering universities from around the world.
One of the strengths of working in teams is the ability to bring diverse viewpoints together. With our teams becoming more diverse, there are numerous benefits to ensuring the cultivation of various cultural viewpoints. In this workshop, participants will learn how to collaborate effectively by leveraging cultural differences and similarities. Participants will get a chance to learn about the different intercultural frameworks, skills, and tools and put them to practice right away!
You can receive CCR Recognition for participating in this event. To learn more about the Co-Curricular Record, please click here.
Student Development Coordinator, Intercultural Programs
Rebeca Mahadeo is a Registered Social Worker and currently works at UTM in the International Education Centre facilitating programming centered around interculturalism. Rebeca is passionate about discussions about social justice, anti-oppression, and transforming communities. She loves to read, watch reality television, and spend time in nature.