Angélique Bernabé

Angelique is always enthusiastic about taking action and leading change. She focuses her PhD research on the analysis of women’s economic behaviour ranging from studying the education gap in India to shedding light on the interdependence of economic incentives and violence against women. She is not only a leader on campus but also a leader outside the university through her work for the Institute for Change Leaders, a not-for-profit organisation that partners with local NGOs to lead community organizing training and make people’s voices heard. Angelique understands the importance of belonging and she shares that by being a champion for inclusivity and community building.

The disastrous Trump era is over but our work is just beginning

If the progressive movement is going to win the kind of extraordinary change that the times demand, this grassroots work must not only continue but dramatically expand. If not, Trump could be a prelude to something much worse and more dangerous.

Leadership and Organizing in Long Term Care

Long term care is facing increasing strain. A system already facing instances of undervaluation, underpayment, and high patient-to-caregiver ratios is exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. ICL worked with District 6 USW workers to teach them about organizing and leadership in the long term care field.

Meet today's Featured Facilitator, Helen Hargreaves!

Helen is one of our longest-standing members of the ICL community. She facilitates trainings, serves on the Board and, most impressively, doing it all while sharing her home with a group of rambunctious reptilian roommates!

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The Institute for Change Leaders is a Canadian registered charity that can issue official donation receipts (no. 763310679 RR 0001). ICL is brought to you by the Faculty of Community Services at Toronto Metropolitan University.

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