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Resources on CORE include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on topics relevant to those working or volunteering in support of healthy aging and older adults independent living.

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What Is Healing Justice?

Nineequa Blanding, Nonprofit Quarterly

In public health, we often talk about “closing the gap in health inequities” in order to create conditions for optimal health for all. These discussions reflect a growing consensus that health is a human right, which sets the stage for a shared vision of health justice. They also mirror ongoing

How Black People United is Expanding Networks of Care Throughout MohkĂ­nstsis

Afros in the City

Black People United (BPU) is a grassroots, mutual aid movement rooted here in Calgary, with the goal of expanding “networks of care” within Black communities – as organizer Prudence Iticka would describe it. While BPU is here for all of those in need (more about that in a bit), a good portion

Racial Justice: Best of 2022, Editors’ Selections

Kitana Ananda, Nonprofit Quarterly

At the end of 2022, Nonprofit Quarterly shared some of their favourite content from the desk this year.READ MORE HERE

Revolutionary Black Grace: Finding Emotional Justice in Global Black Communities

Esther A. Armah, Nonprofit Quarterly

Loss is an intimate part of global Blackness. Britain was an empire. America became a superpower. Africa had kingdoms. All global Black people lost something through systems of oppression where the language of whiteness ruled under brutal lash, stolen native tongues, and charred skin.Unfortunately,

Too Essential to Fail - Letters of Support

CCVO

While other sectors recover, nonprofits juggle heightened demand for services with increasingly complex client needs and decreasing revenues. Learn more about the state of Alberta's nonprofits in CCVO's latest report, Too Essential to Fail.The nonprofit sector is too essential to fail. We

Survey on Health Benefits in Black-Led, Black-Serving and Black-Mandated Nonprofits

Partnership Collective

A group of organizations from the sector have come together to conduct research about extended health benefits (e.g. prescription drugs, dental, vision, physiotherapy, psychotherapy) in B3 nonprofits. The research seeks to understand how common it is for Black workers to have access to extended heal

Ageing, Inequality and Ethnicity: Evidence Cards

Centre for Ageing Better

This set of downloadable evidence cards highlights the contributions of and shocking inequalities experienced by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups approaching retirement age.Older generations are becoming more diverse than ever. But also more unequal. There’s an increasing level of inequalit

Understanding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in the Workplace

Miranda McKie, Room for Her

Building and promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is not only the right thing to do — it’s smart business practice.Over the past couple of years, it seems like every organization has been talking about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We have seen increased job postings, mandates, a

Applying for Affordability Payments

Government of Alberta

Eligible Albertans can receive $600 to help with the rising cost of living. WHO IS ELIGIBLE? Seniors over 65 with household income under $180,000 Families with children under 18 and household income under $180,000 (payments for each child) WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY: Valid identification Government of A

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