The UR Pride’s Positive Space Network program is an educational program that teaches about building positive spaces and challenging homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and other forms of systemic violence that hurts 2SLGBTQ+ communities.
Our Positive Space Network program includes everything from our public workshops, to individualized training, to class talks, to public lectures or presentations.
We have a variety of workshops that are pre-developed that are easily facilitated with little or no prep work for other organizations. All fees include preparation costs.
Although we offer custom workshops as well, these can be more expensive as they require research and prep time.
If you would like to request a private workshops, please contact Meg at email@example.com or click on the “Request a Workshop” button below.
Meet Our Educator
Education & Diversity Manager
Meg Hadland (she/her) BA, B.Ed is a Nakota-Metis, bisexual, Two Spirit woman from Weldon, Saskatchewan. She works hard to ensure that her teaching practice is accessible, relatable and kind. When Meg isn’t working as the Education & Diversity Manager at UR Pride Centre, she is probably talking to her plants or reading a good old-fashioned lesbian novel.
2SLGBTQ+ Education on Campus
We are also happy to provide support to faculty members & sessionals at the University of Regina who are looking for support on 2SLGBTQ+ inclusion in their classrooms. Our team can help suggest readings, offer suggestions for your syllabus, help students with assignments related to queer & trans topics, and provide guest lectures.
Guest lectures & class talks
Our staff can support U of R faculty and sessionals with providing guest lectures or class talks related to 2SLGBTQ+ topics. We request a donation be made to our programs in exchange for this service.