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


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 >
11 Mar 21
A new report from the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative measures how public Canadian companies report on their work to build relationships with Indigenous communities and advance reconciliation. Read more >
19 Jan 21
A group of community organizations in Hamilton have come together to advocate for a just recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis. Read more >
21 Oct 20
The Decent Work and Health Network and Jane & Finch Action Against Poverty are organizing in community for decent work, racial justice, and public health. Read more >
9 Sep 20
The Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter, project 1907, Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice and Vancouver Asian Film Festival have released the results of their national collaboration on anti-Asian racism in Canada associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more >
13 Aug 20
The Toronto Community Benefits Network's Rosemarie Powell makes the case for CBAs in the federal government's planned infrastructure projects over the next decade, worth $187 billion. Read more >
6 Aug 20
Shannon Rohan (Shareholder Association for Research and Education) lays out three initial steps for philanthropic foundations looking to advance racial justice and equity through their investments. Read more >
11 Jul 20
The Canadian Women's Foundation, Ontario Nonprofit Network, and Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives are collaborating on a new series of reports focused on how the pandemic recovery can contribute to a more gender-equitable Canada. Read more >
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