THE AIEJ TRAINING
Become The Change You Claim

Emotional Justice is the future of anti-racism and DEI. Our training is adapted for organization, region, context and particular global history.

The AIEJ offers bespoke flagship training as follows:-

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EMOTIONAL JUSTICE TRUTH & ACCOUNTABILITY SESSIONS (EJ TAS)

 

Leading with equity and empathy, this is a transformative and interactive training that demonstrates how Emotional Justice transforms your department or organizational culture to create sustainable equity, engaging and exploring issues of race, gender, whiteness and power.There are 3 webinar options with this training.

They are:-

 

  • EJ TAS USA

  • EJ TAS UK

  • EJ TAS GHANA

EMOTIONAL JUSTICE TRUTH & ACCOUNTABILITY SESSIONS  USA

 

Transforming organizational cultures across the US

3-Day Workshop

Post workshop facilitation and support with our Chief Training Facilitator for 3 months / 6 months / 9 months / 12months

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EJ TAS TESTIMONIALS

The testimonials below are from our client, the Department of Theater at Ivy League University Dartmouth after completing the EJ TAS 3 Day Workshop.

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EMOTIONAL JUSTICE TRUTH & ACCOUNTABILITY SESSIONS UK

 

Transforming organizational cultures across the UK

3-Day Workshop

Post workshop facilitation and support with our Chief Training Facilitator for 3 months / 6 months / 9 months / 12months

In the context of the UK’s landscape, history, and reality, we introduce Emotional Justice to British organizations. A transformative and interactive training adapted to your organization, and designed to transform organizational culture to create sustainable equity and introduce the Emotional Justice roadmap.

EMOTIONAL JUSTICE TRUTH & ACCOUNTABILITY SESSIONS GHANA

 

Transforming international organization’s cultures so race, gender, cultural context matters are explored, engaged and respected.

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THE LOVE LANGUAGES of EMOTIONAL JUSTICE

 

There are 3 webinar options with this training. They are:-

 

  • For BIPOC women leaders and managers

  • For BAME leaders, managers and entrepreneurs

  • For white women leaders and managers

THE LOVE LANGUAGES of EMOTIONAL JUSTICE

 

Institutionalizing wellness for BIPOC women leaders & managers

Interactive 3-part Webinar

Reimagining our relationship to labor, and the labor landscape due to the pandemic, and introducing the Emotional Justice roadmap to institutionalize wellness, and THE EMOTIONAL JUSTICE EQUITY PACKAGE as a resource for non-profits, foundations, and organizations.

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NADIAH MOHAJIR, Co-Executive Director, HEART Women & Girls

 ‘I think Emotional Justice is a transformative way to think about wellness.’

DOMINIQUE JONES JOHNSON, Founder & Executive Director, Daughters Beyond Incarceration

‘I think Emotional Justice is needed in every work place. It is a great thing to put in place so you basically don’t lose you’

SHAFRARISI BONNER, Sadie Nash Leadership Project

‘I think Emotional Justice is a good way to think and actually physically plan the ways that you need support. I think it’s also great to have our employers accountable in funding our time for rest - especially when burnout is coming from work.’

VIVIAN ANDERSON, Executive Director, EveryBlackGirl Inc,

‘I’m very clear that Emotional Justice is something that is definitely needed, specifically for the leader because it sets the context for the organization. So, if you at the top aren’t doing well no matter how much you’re doing with everybody else and making sure they’re well – there’s still going to be un-wellness in the organization.‘

NAYELY PEREZ-HUERTA, Co-Director, South East Immigrant Rights Network,

‘I believe that Emotional Justice is a way to begin to repair all the damage that oppressive systems have caused in our communities. It is a way of recognizing our humanity beyond what we produce, and a way of imagining and visualizing a world where our communities flourish.’

THE LOVE LANGUAGES of EMOTIONAL JUSTICE for BAME Managers, Leaders, Entrepreneurs in the UK

A 2-part interactive webinar

Transforming your world of work by introducing the Emotional Justice roadmap

Building a new normal in our world of work with the Emotional Justice roadmap in this interactive 2-part webinar..

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THE LOVE LANGUAGES of EMOTIONAL JUSTICE for white women managers, leaders

 

A 2-part interactive webinar

Unlearning the language of whiteness & leading with equity and empathy for white women leaders and managers

Interactive 2-part Webinar

Navigating racial healing by:-

  • unlearning the language of whiteness

  • exploring the relationship to labor

  • redefining your role in dismantling systemic inequity

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INTRODUCTION to EMOTIONAL JUSTICE

A 2 week e-learning online module

This course introduces you to the Emotional Justice roadmap with information, creative and interactive assignments. It is free. Learn about the EJ components, the four pillars, how to engage it for your world and work. 

 

We are currently registering for the course beginning March 2022 course.

 

Registration Open - January 20th - February 25th 

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EMOTIONAL JUSTICE CONSULTATION

A 2 part session + feedback

A 2-part process of sessions and feedback working with leaders and managers to introduce the ‘EJ ACTION STATEMENT’and represents reimagining leadership in an era of reckoning by those doing the work to become the change they claim.