We are placing people people with lived experience into roles where they can make a difference in the lives of their peers.
It is important to reflect on the economic and social challenges that disproportionately impact newcomer women and, going forward, imagine the possibilities that emerge when we prioritize initiatives that will enable newcomer women to thrive.
This article is the first part of a series exploring how creative community design interventions can lead to better child development outcomes.
A future of inclusive growth and full participation by everyone in society. This short phrase, or some variation, has been rolling around in my head over the past months.