Why diversity and inclusion are essential to social innovation

Why It Matters

A majority of Canadians believe that diversity and inclusion are key factors in what makes Canada’s culture uniquely innovative. In partnership with the Rideau Hall Foundation, we look at how three social impact leaders are building Canada’s culture of innovation through inclusion.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"Why diversity and inclusion are essential to social innovation. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we need bold, innovative solutions to build back better, and that will take collaboration at every level: individuals, communities and governments.\u00a0 The Rideau Hall Foundation\u2019s 2020 Canada\u2019s Culture of Innovation Report asked Canadians what makes for a particularly strong culture of innovation. Respondents ranked diversity and inclusion as the most important factor \u2014\u00a0and that Canada is particularly strong on this front.\u00a0 Countless studies confirm this belief, showing that diverse teams are better at problem-solving, have more accurate group-thinking, earn more money \u2014 and are more innovative.\u00a0 However, for full e

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