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ETFO Newsletter Vol. 12 No. 2 - September 21, 2017

Posted: September 21,2017

News Category : ETFO News


The ETFO eNewsletter Vol. 12 No. 2 - September 21, 2017


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ETFO Support for the Stephen Lewis Foundation


The Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) is the signature charity of the ETFO Humanity Fund.  
Led by the grassroots experts in the more than 300 community-based organizations with which the SLF partners, over 1,400 innovative and inspiring initiatives have been successfully undertaken-with astounding and tangible impact-in the 15 African countries hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Learn more about the work of the Stephen Lewis Foundation and check out their school resources.


To learn more about the ETFO Humanity Fund visit


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Protect Yourself! - An ETFO Women's Conference

This Professional Relations Services conference will explore both the rights and responsibilities of ETFO women members. This conference aims to increase awareness and understanding in the area of education law in order to further strengthen our professionalism. For more information please see this flyer. Registration ends on October 11.


Day of Pink with ETFO logo

Save the Date!

Day of Pink is the day to take action on Bullying, Homophobia and Transphobia. It takes place this year on Wednesday, April 11, 2018


For more information, contact Adam Peer, 1-888- 838-3836 extension 2239, at the provincial office.


ETFO Suggested Resources for Gender Independent Children and Trans Youth/Adults

Inclusive schoolplace starts here

Our list of resources and service providers has been updated to assist members in supporting gender independent children and trans youth/adults in their schools and communities. For more information, please visit the ETFO website.


Women's History Month Poster

Deena Ladd animation

Women Change Makers: Taking Action for Social Justiceis a poster with a companion video animation that can be viewed at It presents 10 women social justice heroes working for social change.  


This classroom resource was included in your summer issue of Voice and will be distributed to schools in next month's steward's mailing.




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