Author Archives: Teshini Harrison



Teshini Harrison

The future of work must be decent work
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The future of work must be decent work

Originally posted on the Broadbent Institute Last year, we learned that since 1999, four workers died at the Fiera Foods factory in the Greater Toronto Area. One of those workers was Amina Diaby. She was 23, a Black woman, a refugee from Guinea and an aspiring nursing student that had only been on the job for two weeks. Her life was cut short by an increased use of temporary...

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25 Feb 2020
Building equity and community impact through social procurement: Reflections on the 2019 Buy Social Canada Summit
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Building equity and community impact through social procurement: Reflections on the 2019 Buy Social Canada Summit

By Teshini Harrison This past February, I had the opportunity to attend Buy Social Canada’s annual summit. Billed as the event for “ exploring the rapidly emerging and expanding field of social procurement,” I found it insightful and informative. It offered a great opportunity to see a wide range of purchasers from across the country and from all sectors, including government, corporations, and anchor institutions...

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08 Apr 2019