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Be a champion for your children’s education

Across Ontario, programs and teachers have been cut and class sizes are expanding. Join this online session to learn how to harness the power of your personal story in order to create change. This free course is designed to help parents with no organizing or activist experience learn the basics of strategizing, organizing and taking effective action.

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Registration is free for all. You will be sent a link to join through Zoom on the evening of Monday, January 20.  

About the Trainers

Rizwan Tufail is the Managing Partner of Innovonomics Inc – a strategy consulting firm that works on strategies, policies, and skills required to accelerate the move towards a global innovation economy. Rizwan took Marshall Ganz's class while a fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School.

Olivia Chow leads the Institute’s educational initiatives and has helped train over 5000 activists in political organizing. Olivia has two certificates from the Harvard Kennedy School's Executive Education Program and 9 years of teaching experience. Olivia Chow has also been one of Canada’s most effective and well known public figures. She served 2 terms as a school trustee, 4 terms as a Toronto city councillor and 8 years as a Member of Parliament.

'Leaders for Change' Gather to Celebrate ICL's Third Anniversary

Lee Cheuk-yan, General Secretary of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, among speakers at the third-anniversary celebrations.

ICL Welcomes New Executive Director

Accomplished arts administrator Natasha Bood joins ICL as its first Executive Director.

Lacey realized her vision to expand affordable mental health services with help from ICL

Learn more about ICL's impact with this video, featuring Lacey Ford, founder of Full Circle Art Therapy Centre in Toronto.

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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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