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Diversity Conferences of Alberta Society [DCAS]


Embracing spirituality embracing sexuality

... to educate the mind, thus free the soul.

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The Diversity Conferences of Alberta Society [DCAS] works for the elimination of systemic discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Discrimination of this sort denies many Albertans their human rights, dignity, respect and a place of welcome and acceptance.

DCAS fosters greater understanding and acceptance of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in Alberta. As an organization founded by a diverse group of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and of various faith backgrounds, DCAS addresses these concerns as realities of human life that deserve the attention of our secular and faith communities.

DCAS promotes, procures, and produces educational activities and resource materials which illuminate the humanity and spirituality of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people.


Speakers Bureau

Would you volunteer to talk to a group or school class eager to learn about sexual orientation and gender identity issues? Email us, please.

Are you seeking a speaker to share personal accounts of what life is like for a person who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or otherwise different from the average person? Email us, please.

We have gay-positive clergy available to talk to your group.

Events for 2005

Yet To Be Planned

What kind of event and on what topic(s) would interest you? Email us, please.

Would you be willing to work on the planning and/or the execution of such an event? Email us, please.

To register for any event, please contact Bert & Evelyn Frey, 433-5034 or Email: bertev@telusplanet.net.

Resources - many links related to topics of spirituality and sexual orientation and gender identity