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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 >
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 >
19 Nov 21
Stephanie Nolen's 2020-2021 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy, What COVID Reveals, is now available to download. Read more >
1 Sep 21
The Toronto Community Benefits Network is launching a webinar series on organizing for community wealth building projects. Read more >
1 Sep 21
In a new report from CCNCTO, Chinese Canadian workers are speaking out about their working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more >
14 Jul 21
The Ontario Nonprofit Network and l’Assemblée de la Francophonie de l’Ontario have released a report, detailing the impact of COVID-19 on nonprofits across the province and what is needed to help the sector recover. Read more >
27 Apr 21
On May 1, the Fight for $15 and Fairness and the Workers' Action Centre are holding a rally to call for paid sick days, decent wages, safe working conditions, and good stable jobs for all. Read more >
17 Mar 21
In response to the announcement of a federal Task Force on Women in the Economy, ACORN Canada members have spoken up on critical policy changes needed for low-income women on predatory lending, internet access, and affordable housing. Read more >
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