FLO Friday: Creating Inclusive Spaces Online – Considering the “Other”

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Come and participate in an interactive session in which we will unpack the importance of fostering spaces that champion both vulnerability and empathy with your students.
This FLO Friday session will model how to use online apparatus to facilitate discussions about contemporary topics that consider society, culture, bias, and justice through the lens of your students’ experiences.

Your FLO facilitator for the session will be Olaolu Adeleye. Olaolu Adeleye has a passion for social development issues seen through the application of an intercultural lens informed by his studies in international development and experiences with various global organizations. These include the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Right To Play, the United Nations Office for Disaster Reduction (UNDRR), and UNICEF Peru. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Development from Dalhousie University (2008) and a Master of Science in Poverty Reduction: Policy and Practice from the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (2013). As an associate faculty member at Royal Roads University, Olaolu Adeleye translates this international experience into engaging approaches that reframe contemporary global issues.