REDI: Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Behind the numbers and charts of data are people. How we collect and use data is critical to making sure we’re counting everyone in. Community foundations are part of Canada’s largest community driven data program and play a key role in gathering information about communities.
Join this session with expert Ruth Mojeed from The Inclusion Project to learn how data collection is essential to improving diversity and inclusion in your workplace and community, and how to undertake data projects as a foundation. Ruth will walk foundations through the current best practices in data collection and analysis, how this data will improve your work, and how to apply your learnings to your grantmaking.
You will learn:
- Practices are for equitable data collection
- How to use data collection to improve equity and inclusion
- How to create lasting changes to your grantmaking through a framework
Who is this for?
This event is part of the broader curriculum for Communities for Gender Equality Cohort but is open to all community foundations. It would be relevant for senior leaders, grantmaking/program staff and committee members and directors as well as communications staff and volunteers.