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Survey: Forward with Dementia

Research Institute for Ageing (RIA)

Forward with Dementia is inviting ALL Canadians to take part in a new research study, and share your thoughts about dementia! Click https://bit.ly/FWD-survey to access the survey in several languages.We are particularly interested in hearing from members of diverse cultural and linguistic communi

Preparing Our Home

Preparing Our Home

Preparing Our Home is a commuity-based resilience program. The program enables Indigenous youth to reach their potential in becoming emergency preparedness leaders in their communities. The Preparing Our Home website includes an array of resources, including short videos on how different First Nati

Podcast: Responsible Disruption - From Ideas to Impact

The Social Impact Lab

Join us in this enlightening episode as we delve into the world of evaluation and innovation with two esteemed guests, James Stauch, Executive Director for the Institute for Community Prosperity at Mount Royal University and Bethany White, Evaluation Manager from United Way of Calgary and Area. In

Article: Unpaid Family Caregiving—The Next Frontier of Gender Equity in a Postpandemic Future

Nathan M. Stall; Nirav R. Shah; Devika Bhushan, JAMA Network

Every day millions of Americans provide unpaid care for a family member or friend. The COVID-19 pandemic created a crisis of care, with millions of people now more reliant on unpaid caregiving and 40% of caregivers increasing the number of hours of care they provide. The burden of unpaid care need

Literature Review: Decolonizing Research Ethics Using Indigenous Knowledges

Homeless Hub

Research involving Indigenous Peoples often results in little or no benefit to the communities involved and, in many instances, is still causing harm. To ensure such research is safe and beneficial to the communities involved, current research practices need to undergo fundamental changes.To that en

Report: We Don’t Ask, They Don’t Tell: Breaking the Silence to Address Incontinence in Canada

National Institute on Ageing

Incontinence is far more common than we think, affecting about a quarter of Canadian adults. But because of the stigma around it, older adults living with incontinence are unlikely to seek medical attention for it — and may face significant challenges, loneliness and financial stress as a result.

Article: When the DEI Discussion Offends

Ashleigh Rae-Thomas, The Philanthropist Journal

In this reflection on Cannexus, the national career-development conference, Ashleigh-Rae Thomas wonders how she and another participant could have such contrasting reactions to discussions of diversity in the workplace. Black, Indigenous, and racialized people all know well the importance of DEI eff

Report: Addressing the Silent Epidemic of Ageing with Diabetes in Canada

National Institute on Ageing

The National Institute on Ageing’s (NIA) report calls for Canadian health care systems to adopt specialized strategies and supports to ensure that older Canadians living with diabetes, and their unpaid caregivers, don’t slip through the cracks.

Toolkit: Addressing Toxicity in Non-profits

Righting Relations Non-Profit Sector Change Lab and John Humphrey Centre

The Righting Relations Non-Profit Sector Change Lab in collaboration with the John Humphrey Centre, is excited to share with you a new toolkit resource, Reflections on Transforming the Non-Profit Sector: Addressing Toxicity in Nonprofits. This toolkit emerged from a report that examined how the No


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