A new Auditor General report concluded that Global Affairs Canada was unable to demonstrate how Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP) contributed to improving gender equality in low- and middle-income countries. Significant weaknesses in Global Affairs Canada’s information management practices prevented it from assessing outcomes and reporting completely to Parliament and Canadians. How might INGOs integrate FIAP in their missions moving forward? What actions should GAC take to address this? What are the implications for development assistance and gender policy domestically?
This legislation is the first of its kind in Canada. Collecting longitudinal data – data collected over a long period of time – could lead to policy changes that centre equitable access, in sectors such as policing, housing and education. However, legislation that is rooted in data must also centre transparency and ownership.
ChatGPT’s rapid growth in popularity has social purpose professionals asking big questions: How might artificial intelligence change my work? What are the ethical implications? How are governments and policymakers around the world reacting to the growth of generative AI?
After our last Future of Good Live talk on ChatGPT and non-profit work, we knew there was more to dive into.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised that the 2023 federal budget will include measures that “directly help Canadians” affected by the cost-of-living crisis. What does this mean in practice? How will the budget impact the communities you work with? And your organization?
Join editor Kylie Adair and reporter Shannon Van Raes as they dive into Future of Good’s new special report on the impact of inflation on non-profits. You’ll understand the state, severity and cascading effects of the issue as well as learn about how non-profits and charities are creating workarounds to navigate these inflationary pressures.
There’s been an ongoing increase in violence and hate towards Muslims across Canada. The 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting, the murder of a mosque volunteer in Toronto in 2020 and the London, Ontario van attack in 2021 are just some of the hate crimes that have occurred in recent years. Moreover, Bills in Quebec, such as Bill 21, have caused backlash in the form of discriminating against Muslims.