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.
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.
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!
Learn about the incredible impact that ICL has made this year in our 2020 Annual Report.
ICL's second annual Alumni Awards showcase the hard work and successes of our incredible community of organizers and activists.
Learn more about Erin, an incredible organizer, writer, and advocate in this month's ICL Featured Facilitator Profile!
The Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship is a unique and exciting opportunity to strengthen media democracy in Canada while affording excellent mentorship and growth for new voices in the Canadian media landscape.
Celebrating the graduation of 200 of students from the Black Youth Leadership Program, a joint project of the Institute for Change Leaders (ICL) and For Youth Initiative (FYI), worked over 3 months with youth from across Ontario to develop their leadership skills and confront anti-Black racism in their communities.
ICL + AECEO = A Powerful Provincial Childcare Movement