The power is ours: Engaging communities in advocacy

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Join us to learn how nonprofits can use the upcoming elections to meaningfully engage the communities they work with and serve.

About this event

2022 is a double election year in Ontario. The provincial election is on June 2, 2022 and municipal elections will take place in October 2022.

Elections provide meaningful opportunities for nonprofits to engage the communities they serve and to act as a conduit for civic engagement! How can nonprofits engage and mobilize community members in respectful and accessible ways? What can nonprofits do to ensure that people have the support and resources they need to actively and meaningfully participate in civic engagement?

This webinar will include:

  • Tips and stories from experienced community leaders/organizers on movement building, and community mobilization and engagement.
  • Discussion on how nonprofits and communities can work together for powerful election advocacy

This webinar is Part 2 of a two-part series we are hosting on election advocacy. Part 1 is focused on the rules nonprofits need to comply with in order to engage in election advocacy. Register here!

All registered participants will receive a recording, slide deck, and curated list of resources within one week of the event. If you have questions about this event, please reach out to our team at info@theonn.ca.


Sree Nallamothu, Associate Executive Director, Toronto Neighbourhood Centres

Elene Lam, Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network )

Pam Frache, Justice for workers

Moderator: Candice Zhang, Policy Advisor, ONN

February 17, 2022

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