Community Learning Event: “Addressing Discrimination and Harassment: Best Practices for Employers”

Explore best practices in addressing discrimination and harassment, to create organizations that are safe and inclusive.

Canadian laws require all employers to ensure discrimination and harassment-free spaces for their employees.

But before exploring legal obligations, it’s important to examine: What do the words “discrimination” and “harassment” mean? Through interactive exercises, participants will develop a clear understanding of discrimination and harassment in the workplace and be able to identify when each may be occurring.

Participants will also learn about practical, responsive tools: What actions should you take when incidents of discrimination or harassment occur in the workplace? How should you respond to the parties involved? What does the law require? Effective responses to incidents of discrimination and harassment help prevent them from recurring.

Through this workshop, participants will explore actionable strategies to create safe, inclusive, and healthy workplaces for all employees.

Who is this Session for?

This session is for people leaders who want to establish best practices in creating organizations that are free of discrimination and harassment.

Next Session

November 15, 2022
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Interactive Live Zoom Session

Regular Price
$199 CAD/person (+ HST)

Group Pricing
$99 – $149 CAD/person (+ HST)

Laridae Alumni Discount
25% Off (Forgot your code?)

Class-Size Limit
20 People

What Will You Gain from this Session?

In this session, you will learn about:

  1. Definitions of discrimination and harassment
  2. How discrimination and harassment should be reported
  3. Best practices in responding to discrimination and harassment
  4. Actionable strategies to prevent discrimination and harassment


There is no prerequisite or preparatory material for this course, other than a desire to learn!

Led by Misha Munim

Misha is a Human Rights Lawyer and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Consultant at Munim Consulting. She has helped draft disability legislation for Canada’s Federal Government and supported Canada in its appearance at the United Nations under the Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Misha has assessed hundreds of discrimination and harassment complaints across various organizations in both Canada and South Africa. As a trusted advisor, Misha has empowered leaders with tools and expertise to respond to discrimination and harassment with empathy and trauma-informed approaches, while ensuring compliance with Canadian laws. Misha is passionate about empowering organizations to establish best practices in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.

Refund Policy

By purchasing a ticket, you agree to Laridae’s Refund Policy:

All cancellation requests must be received in writing to

  • Full refunds are available on request up to 72 hours before the live event is scheduled to begin
  • If you request a refund in the 72 hours prior to the event, you are entitled to a refund in the form of credit, which can be applied toward registration at a future Laridae Learning event or towards the registration fee of Laridae’s Leadership Development or Management Training Program
  • Refund requests submitted after the event has started will not be accepted