Programming

Please join us for our 2018 Annual General Meeting: Thursday  February 8, 2018 5:30 to 8:30 PM Networking Dinner and Meeting Milestones Restaurant @ 2425 Cambie  (one block from the Canada Line) Please join us as a new member...

Join us at our second annual Unconference to uncover and discuss what we're curious about both interculturally and intersectionally. Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 1:00pm - 5:30pm (Social to follow) @ Langara College 100 W 49th Ave , Vancouver,...

Join us at this important workshop presented by SIETAR BC & Langara College Recent events around the world and here in B.C. have given rise to divisive political, religious and racial rhetoric. It is imperative to...

Join us at this important workshop presented by SIETAR BC & Vancouver Island University Recent events around the world and here in B.C. have given rise to divisive political, religious and racial rhetoric. It is imperative...

SIETAR BC is looking for partners to organize an event to showcase BC-based Cultural Competency Research. Experienced diversity experts and emerging cultural competency specialists (students) are invited to participate in the event to showcase...

SIETAR BC General Annual Meeting will take place on March 30, 2017 at 445 Howe Street, Vancouver from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Nominations are open. For those of you who would like to pay...

Cultural Agility:  Walking Towards Reconciliation Hosted by Wedlidi Speck this workshop offers participants a frame of reference for their intercultural work grounded in indigenous knowledge. Date: Thursday June 29, 2017 Time: 9 am - 1 pm ...

On Thursday, December 1st, we celebrated the end to a great year with SIETAR BC (The Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research)! We mingled, networked, chatted, ate, and drank with some pretty cool...

This year, SIETAR was proud to host its first unconference, a unique session model in which the content of the day’s discussion comes from the expertise and curiosity of the participants involved. During our...

  SIETAR BC was in attendance this year at the National Aboriginal Day celebrations held at Trout Lake. The day kicked off with a walk from the Friendship Center to Trout Lake where we had...

In partnership with Cameras4Change, SIETAR BC helped kick off FLIGHT, a photography exhibition documenting the arrival into Canada through the eyes of immigrants and refugees. Participants took over 2,000 pictures. Over 270 visitors attended the...

A film screening and facilitated dialogue about race and racism in Canada. This film shares a framework of systemic racism that helps us understand how race and racism is experienced and with facilitated dialogue...

The AGM will take place at 6 p.m. at Banana Leaf Restaurant (1779 Robson Street, Vancouver. $28 for members; $40 for non-members. For those of you who would like to pay your 2016 membership...

Performance and Feasting as Intercultural Dialogue About: In May 2015, Vancouver Moving Theatre produced The Big House, a ‘theatrical feast’ in which culturally significant food, art, and narratives were shared. The intent was to create a space...

Did you know that over 140 types of chilies peppers are grown in Mexico alone. Join our SIETAR BC Year End Social on December 3rd, learn more about cultures & food, meet intercultural practitioners and...

You have done your needs assessment, skillfully designed your intercultural workshop and are feeling confident with the delivery when suddenly you are caught off guard in the middle of your session. You are facilitating...

In partnership with PeerNetBC, SIETAR BC would like to invite you to join us for our July 25, 2015 event. Following up the success from their citizenU project in 2011 with the City of Vancouver,...

Through deep, collective conversations we will make links to science and spirituality, and discover what leadership, transition and change, and personal care have to do with moving diversity initiatives forward. Join me for this...

Barnga is a fun, engaging, experiential activity that simulates intercultural, intergroup dynamics and is a useful training tool that can be used in various settings to explore intercultural and diversity issues. Attendees participated in...

A panel discussion about historical and contemporary views from personal and political perspectives on Black folk’s experience in Greater Vancouver. Doors open at 6:30, and the discussion is from 7pm - 9pm; Location Creekside Community...