Canada is facing an urgent climate crisis, growing wealth inequality, homelessness, food insecurity — the list goes on. There are groups out there fighting hard to make a difference for the future.
Recently, Direct Diplomacy published a report on citizen campaigns, and in particular their impact in the digital era. The report looked into what motivates citizens to act and participate in social movements, and what encourages their continued participation in order to achieve both impact and longevity.
As this decade draws to a close, we’re looking back at the many social movements that shaped Canada in the 2010s — from advocating for the environment to protesting systemic inequality.
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