As we continue to navigate through an incredibly challenging moment in time across North America and around the world, there is a critical need to maintain, improve, and launch systemic responses — like wage subsidies, income support programs, rent abatement programs, and sector stabilization funds. We’ll also need to renew our collective social contract, as the crisis has revealed the stark nature of long-standing issues that must be addressed, from precarious work to incredible inequality.
Additionally, there is a need to unleash the power and potential of social enterprise and impact investing as a part of a comprehensive response to the social and economic impacts of COVID-19. As a movement, we need to lean in at this time.
In the United States and Canada, both
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