JEDI Resources

The following resources are a mix of articles, toolkits, videos, and webpages that might be of use in your efforts to work towards inclusion.

A calendar of Days of Significance can be found here.

A glossary of common JEDI terms can be found here.

Please note that these resources are not exhaustive, but are offered in hopes of supporting your work. We will continue curating and building resources.

  • Doing Things Differently (by the Canadian Labour Congress): This guide is designed for trade union leaders, union staff representatives, local executives, committee members and shop stewards. The handbook provides an overview of disability rights issues in Canada, with a specific focus on advancements and challenges in workplaces and in the union movement.
  • Accessible events checklist: Create accessible events, chapter meetings online or in person.

The Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network is ;a multi-faceted, province wide approach for challenging racism. Their website provides various tools to help you engage in the work of anti-racism.

  • In Plain Sight Report: Response to Anti-Indigenous Racism in Healthcare.
  • First People's Map of BC: The First Peoples’ Map can be used to view Indigenous language regions, artists and artworks, place names and community landmarks. You can hear the pronunciation of language names, greetings, places and more. All of the 34 languages Indigenous to what is now called British Columbia are represented.
  • How to give a meaningful Land acknowledgment.
  • Indigenous Canada: Free online course from University of Alberta, learn from Indigenous Peoples about the history of Canada.
  • 4 Seasons of Reconciliation: This self-paced online program consists of 10 modules on truth and reconciliation, offered by the First Nations University of Canada and Reconciliation Education.