Inclusive Writing Workshop

Principles and practices of inclusive writing

Cultural training FOR communicatORs

Principles and practices of inclusive writing

Communicators, whether wordsmiths or speakers, increasingly recognize the importance of reviewing their language practices to ensure more inclusive content. Inclusive communications involve gender diversity but also cultural diversity, such as indigenous, racialized, or under-represented communities.

This learning session explores the principles of inclusive writing, such as epicene formulations, gender-neutral pronouns, and gender-dominant words. It also examines current appropriate terminology for cultural communities, namely LGBTQ+ or BIPOC communities.

Principles and practices of inclusive writing

This learning session will appeal to anyone who endeavours to improve their knowledge of the ever-evolving French and/or English languages, in written or spoken words.


  • Explore and apply the key principles of inclusive writing
  • Improve language knowledge to foster inclusion in written content or speech copy

Target audience

  • Communications and marketing managers and staff
  • Writers, authors


  • Key principles of inclusive writing including epicene and non-gendered formulations
  • Examples and hands-on exercises to appropriate the measures
  • Resources
  • Q&A

Languages: English, French
Delivery: online

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