Tag: equity


Dreaming in Colour: FoodShare’s Paul Taylor on Building Decent Work and Confronting Anti-Black Racism

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Oct 2020

Dreaming in Colour: FoodShare’s Paul Taylor on Building Decent Work and Confronting Anti-Black Racism

As nonprofits face the challenges of operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, ONN has sought out leaders in the sector to share their insights and experiences to help foster decent work and recovery. In this post, Randall Terada and Teshini Harrison spoke with Paul Taylor, Executive Director of FoodShare, a Toronto-based nonprofit committed to food security and food justice. For him, advocacy and service work are...

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

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Apr 2019

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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Why accessibility is fundamental to social inclusion: A case study with the Sistering community

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Apr 2016

Why accessibility is fundamental to social inclusion: A case study with the Sistering community

By: Tina Shapiro, Drop In and Employment and Income Support Coordinator Sistering is a 24/7 drop in for at-risk, socially isolated women (cis and trans) in Toronto who are homeless or precariously housed. For over 30 years, we have been serving this diverse community, which includes participants with disabilities. We embrace this diversity – it is an integral part of our very fabric. The following...

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