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Partners' Roundtable

Employment Equity Partnership 
In Person Events

Employment Equity Partners’ Roundtable provides a shared communication platform for leaders in academia, business, civil society, and the public sector, to explore: systemic racism and discrimination in the workplace; how power and privilege manifest themselves, explore how to eliminate biases, and define pathways for accountability to advance equity and inclusion in Canadian workplaces and the society. In 2021, the inaugural Partners’ Roundtable held in partnership with Excellence Canada and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, on the theme, “Moving with the Data”. Discussions focused on gaps exacerbated by the pandemic, and the increased need for institutional shifts in policy, process and practice with a key focus on data-driven solutions to longstanding inequalities across public and private sectors. In 2022, the Partners’ Roundtable held in partnership with the Global Centre for Pluralism, on the theme, “Partnership for an Inclusive Future”, in line with emerging needs and orientation toward exploring insights on the practice of pluralism; systemic racism in the era of COVID-19; and pathways for accountability through policy initiatives for advancing equity and inclusion.

Employment Equity Partners’ Roundtable provides a shared communication platform for leaders in academia, business, civil society, and the public sector, to explore: systemic racism and discrimination in the workplace; how power and privilege manifest themselves, explore how to eliminate biases, and define pathways for accountability to advance equity and inclusion in Canadian workplaces and the society. In 2021, the inaugural Partners’ Roundtable held in partnership with Excellence Canada and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, on the theme, “Moving with the Data”. Discussions focused on gaps exacerbated by the pandemic, and the increased need for institutional shifts in policy, process and practice with a key focus on data-driven solutions to longstanding inequalities across public and private sectors. In 2022, the Partners’ Roundtable held in partnership with the Global Centre for Pluralism, on the theme, “Partnership for an Inclusive Future”, in line with emerging needs and orientation toward exploring insights on the practice of pluralism; systemic racism in the era of COVID-19; and pathways for accountability through policy initiatives for advancing equity and inclusion.

The Conference
About

About the Co-Hosts

The Inclusion Project
CBC/Radio-Canada

The Inclusion Project (TIP) is a social innovation network and resource hub for organizations, communities and institutions engaged in knowledge development and practice to further racial equity, diversity and inclusion (REDI).

 

TIP operates a non-profit and full-service consultancy to support and strengthen intercultural competence through REDI audits, readiness assessment, coaching, mentoring, benchmarking and strategic action planning and framework development.

 

Read more about TIP: www.theinclusionproject.com 

About the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 

The mandate of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC/Radio Canada) is to inform, enlighten and entertain; to contribute to the development of a shared national consciousness and identity; to reflect the regional and cultural diversity of Canada; and to contribute to the development of Canadian talent and culture. To achieve its mandate, the CBC/Radio Canada produces, procures, and distributes Canadian programming in English, French and eight Aboriginal languages and broadcasts a selection of programs around the world. 

Read more about CBC Radio: cbc.radio-canada.ca

Lead Sponsor

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Regional Partners

Vancouver
Toronto
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Sponsors

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Press
Release
(English)

Press
Release
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Volunteer

Looking to get involved as a 
Volunteer?

Tell us a bit about yourself, why you are passionate about Employment Equity,

and in what area you would be most interested in helping us build a stronger

more equitable future.

Here are some ways you can support:

  • Research 

  • Promotion

  • Graphic recording

  • Facilitation (in English or French)

  • Universal Sign Language

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