©2020 The Inclusion Project
Our Mission and Goals
To be a resource hub for corporate, community, academic and public organizations engaged in knowledge development and practice to further racial equity, diversity and inclusion. To engage multi-level stakeholders on intersecting issues of racial and gender equity and an inter-generational approach to youth leadership, for which we aim at:
- Delivering key programs for community impact
- Capacity building for research and intercultural competence development
- Race and gender-based talent resourcing and employer support for employment equity
- Promote intercultural competence through coaching, mentoring, benchmarking and strategic action planning and framework development
- Public leadership and strategic partnerships for advancing REDI in policy, process and practice.
We invite you to join our membership and kinship network to:
- Access to knowledge hub and co-learning lab for best-in-class REDI practices.
- Participate in REDI awareness webinars and public forum hosted by The Inclusion Project and partner organizations.
- Access to event/research reports, white papers, publicly sourced data and other sector/industry specific content.
- Access to TIP kinship network for peer-to-peer learning and organizational capacity development across sectors.
- Access comprehensive REDI audits, assessment, evaluation, employee resourcing and strategic action framework at discounted rates.
- Access customized corporate training, coaching, mentorship and intercultural competence support at discounted rate.
- Opportunity to be certified in The Inclusion Project’s REDI Readiness program and Certificate of Merit Excellence Canada’s annual Awards for Excellence.
Corporate Members are extended an invitation to TIP’s Employment Equity Network, 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. Sector leaders and accountability partners will work together to develop Workplace Equity Scorecards for employment equity across the following sectors:
- Civil Society (non-profit and charitable sector)
- Financial services (banking, insurance, investment etc.)
- Technology and communications
- Police/Armed Forces.
Join our Employment Equity Network
|Service Credit (that can be redeemed for paid trainings, future events)||Up to $1000||Up to $750||Up to $500||Up to $250|
|REDI workplace assessment and consulting services discount for members||10%||5%||5%||–|
|Mutual Partner Concessions with Excellence Canada||10%||10%||10%||–|
|Customized training for up to 20 people in your organization||10%||10%||10%||–|
|Independent validation of your organization’s REDI and employment equity framework||15%||10%||–||–|
|Partner rebates on TIP’s future events, workshops and conferences||35%||25%||20%||15%|
|Priority status on members’ requests for coaching, consultation, training, and mentoring|
|Access to group online trainings, resources and knowledge hub|
|Annual TIP “REDI Readiness & Champion” Award nominations/recognition|
|Member organizations REDI-related opportunities promoted through TIP’s newsletters and/or email blasts|
|Access to quarterly virtual ‘Coffee Chats’|
|Member recognition and listing on TIP’s website|
|INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS||ANNUAL PACKAGE*|
|Youth and Student Membership||$150|
|Group Membership (Group of 3-5 individuals)||$250 per person|
(Outside of Canada)
Individual Member Benefits (Generally priced for non-members)
- Quarterly TIP Talks
- Quarterly Leadership Circles
- Access to social and professional development events
- Access to REDI resources and toolkits
- Priority access to TIP annual events, workshops and conferences