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February and Forever
The Inclusion Project’s flagship initiative, Employment Equity Partnership, seeks to engage multi-sector partners and stakeholders on accountability measures for employment equity in Canadian workplaces.
The EEP Partners’ Roundtable brought together prominent stakeholders and partners to deep dive into the exploration of equitable employment practices and the importance of diversity at the workplace within key sectors.
The Employment Equity Network is a community of employers and organizational stakeholders working together with a common commitment to embed social justice, equity and inclusion within organizations through accountability measures and benchmarks for employment equity.
In her guest column for Douglas magazine, Ruth Mojeed explores the appropriate use and impact of data in effecting lasting positive change for inclusion
In this episode of Road to Recovery, CHEK’s Kori Sidaway speaks to Ruth Mojeed, founder of The Inclusion Project, about how the project uses data to drive change towards diversity in the workplace.
Carol Anne Hilton: A new project aims to help employers identify gaps, opportunities, and how they can move forward. After all, ‘what isn’t measured does not count.’
Through a strategic alliance for employment equity and organizational excellence, The Inclusion
Project (TIP) and Excellence Canada (EC) are supporting Canada’s…
In Canada, we do not murder Black people.
In Canada, we do not profile people on the basis their skin colour.
In Canada, we do not wait for people to protest on the streets before we check our own biases…
Quite often, we think of privilege as the indisputable lot of the few — those who have opportunities not available to others of a different group or socio-economic class. While this is true, there are also the endless layers of intersecting challenges faced by many in the workplace
The work will take time and cause discomfort but bring long-overdue change, according to equity and inclusion professionals.
Ruth Mojeed, Founder and CEO of The Inclusion Project (TIP), is the newest member of South Island Prosperity Partnership (SIPP)’s Rising Economy Taskforce…
Ruth Mojeed speaks on CHEK TV on equity, diversity and inclusion….