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Updates from Atkinson’s community of partners, collaborators and allies.


13 May 22
A new survey has been launched by Ontario Nonprofit Network and l'Assemblée de la francophonie de l'Ontario to help understand the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Ontario's nonprofit sector. Read more >
3 May 22
In a new report from the Workers' Action Centre, frontline workers are presenting a plan for action to learn the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure decent work for all. Read more >
27 Apr 22
A new primer from the Justice For Workers campaign explores why the fight for decent work is essential for racial justice. Read more >
18 Apr 22
May 1st is International Workers' Day - join local actions across Ontario to demand decent work for all! Read more >
13 Apr 22
A new report from the Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development details the state of the child care workforce across Canada and why the success of Canada's emerging national early learning and child care system depends on a foundation of decent work for Early Childhood Educators. Read more >
8 Apr 22
April 12, 2022 is Equal Pay Day! Find out the research behind the gender pay gap and take action with the Equal Pay Coalition. Read more >
6 Apr 22
A new report from the Decent Work and Health Network diagnoses what's gone wrong in Canada's COVID-19 planning and response, and what decent work policies need to be legislated to ensure a healthy recovery for all. Read more >
5 Apr 22
In a new article for the Conversation, the Atkinson Centre for Social and Child Development's Emis Akbari and Kerry McCuaig compare Ontario's new child care deal to other provinces', and look at what it means for child care workers. Read more >
15 Mar 22
Over 1500 child care workers joined the Association of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario and the Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care in a new campaign to share their stories and lay out their calls for decent work in a new funding agreement for child care. Read more >
1 Feb 22
In celebration of Black History Month, the Toronto Community Benefits Network is hosting a discussion on February 17 on how we can all confront anti-Black racism. Read more >
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