Inclusive Communities

A one-hour info session outlining details on how to apply for PlanH 2023 Grants. PlanH Delivery Lead Connie Allsopp and BCHC Executive Director Jodi Mucha explain the application process and answer questions from attendees.

Sep 9 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

SFU’s Community Capacity Building Certificate supports learners as they engage community by sharing lived experiences and adopting new tools for building projects and movements. Now, as the spring cohorts have come to a close, several of these learners will share what they’ve been working on. Join them as they reflect on their growth throughout the program as emerging leaders working towards equity in their communities.

Jun 15 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Join Canadian-based expert panelists from the April 2021 revision of the GDEIB (a free tool for managing and measuring DEI in organizations) as they present on the newly released benchmarks and explain how this tool can be used to help employees, leaders, and organizations engage in diversity, equity, and inclusion best practices.

Sep 9 2020 - 10:00am to Sep 10 2020 - 10:45am

Building healthy, equitable communities for all means authentically engaging community members in a way that develops trust, communication and collaboration—especially for those folks in our communities who are under-served or harder-to-reach. We know we must integrate an equity lens into our engagement planning at the fundamental stages of the process; but how do we do this in a way that ensures the community members who give their time and energy to our engagement processes are as empowered as possible?

Mar 12 2020 - 9:00am to Mar 13 2020 - 4:45pm

Imagining Otherwise is about exploring actionable ways planning can create a more socially inclusive and environmentally resilient future, as the affects of climate change become more widespread. Featuring change makers in planning, Imagining Otherwise is about doing planning differently, and pursing tangible solutions to complex challenges. Register here.

Developed by the American Planning Association, this guide explores the notion of "equity in all policies" and how to apply this principle in planning, while acknowledging and reflecting on planning's past and present role in creating and perpetuating discriminatory practices within communities.

The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation works to improve understanding of issues and opportunities that are of common interest to rural residents across Canada. Their members include rural leaders, rural organizations, development practitioners, government policy makers, researchers, students, and other stakeholders both in Canada and internationally.

Mar 15 2018 - 10:00am to Mar 16 2018 - 10:45am

Children from communities of color and low-income neighborhoods face physical as well as social and structural barriers to quality nature spaces and experiences. This inequity is reflected in disparate health, mental health and developmental outcomes. Conversely, nature access can create more racially, socially and economically equitable communities.


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