As conversations about social and racial justice become more mainstream, some people in the non-profit sector are sharing their grievances publicly, in what many are calling a shift in the sector.
In July, seven staff members and consultants of the Nobel Women’s Initiative, including all the women of colour in the Ottawa-based women’s rights organization, collectively resigned. Weeks later, they issued a statement calling for “profound organizational reforms — based on transparency, equity, inclusivity and a commitment to uproot embedded patriarchal practices.”
In August, a third-party review of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg went public, which found “pervasive and systemic” racism within the or
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