Writing web content, planning events, creating handouts, brochures or posters? Content and details should be inclusive, but how do you consider various perspectives, make sure it is free from discriminatory language and consider equity and accessibility needs all at once?
The good news is you don’t have to be an inclusion expert to start incorporating inclusive language into your communications.
As a self-declared, ‘not an inclusion expert’, you’ll hear how working as a communications coordinator that supports departments like Student Equity, Student Accessibility, and Indigenous Education has taught me how to bringing inclusion into content.
This presentation will provide tools you can start to implement:
- Basic accessibility principles
- Gender-inclusive language
- How to correctly use content for Indigenous Peoples terminology