What will it take to support Indigenous innovation?

It has to do with fixing the inequities of Indigenous work in the social impact sector

Why It Matters

Canada’s Indigenous peoples continue to face systemic inequalities, and are unemployed at significantly higher rates than the rest of the population. When we talk about the work in the social impact sector, how can we strive for a more equitable future that acknowledges and values Indigenous innovation?

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