FREE WEBINAR: Decent Work for Women Working in Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector

 

We're very pleased to be working with the Ontario Nonprofit Network to present a free webinar exploring their important work on decent work for women in the nonprofit sector.



 

The Ontario nonprofit sector’s distinctive characteristics, trends, challenges, and opportunities significantly impact its labour force, one that consists of 80% women workers, many of whom are racialized and immigrants. Given the critical intersections between what we know about the labour market, the nonprofit sector, and women, the Ontario Nonprofit Network has documented the barriers that women working in the nonprofit sector face and we are now developing and implementing solutions to break down these barriers at the organizational, network, and systemic levels.

In this webinar, ONN’s decent work for women Project Lead Pamela Uppal will share key findings from their recent reports, the 10 solutions ONN is working on - with particular emphasis on new maternity top-ups and compensation tools, and ways for women workers and nonprofit employers to join the decent work for women movement.

Decent Work for Women Working in Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector

Topic: Decent Work for Women Working in Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector

Date: Thursday, April 4 at 1pm ET / 10am PT (webinar is one hour in length)

Audience: Introductory. This webinar is for anyone interested in themes of gender, labour, and nonprofits. While the information presented will be generally focused on Ontario, best practices and insights are likely valuable to sector professionals in other regions of Canada as well.

Cost: Free - Register Now

Important Note: While registration is open to all, attendance is limited to the first 1,000 people to sign onto the live session. We suggest signing on five minutes early to have the best chance of getting on the live session. If for any reason you aren't able to connect to the live session, rest assured you'll get the full recording by email the following day.

What you'll learn

During this webinar, Pamela will address the following questions:

  • What barriers do women, particularly racialized and immigrant women and women with disabilities, face working in the nonprofit sector? How do they compare to other sectors?
  • What can be done at the organizational, network, and systemic levels?
  • How can we build a stronger decent work for women movement?

NOTE: This webinar will be recorded - if you cannot make the live session, complete the registration form and a recording will be emailed to you the day after the live session. We are happy to provide a closed captioned recording upon advance request.

About the presenter

Pamela Uppal is the Project Lead Decent Work for Women for the Ontario Nonprofit Network. Over the past 10 years Pamela has been connecting theory with practice, engaging on three fronts: research initiatives, frontline work, and policy dialogues. She led a nonprofit organization at the University of Toronto, was a frontline worker in family services, built diversity equity and inclusion capacity in the human services, and undertook multiple gender equity research projects. Currently, she is a Project Lead at the Ontario Nonprofit Network where she is exploring women’s employment experiences in the nonprofit sector. Pamela is also a men's rehabilitation group facilitator and board member for Laadliyan. She holds a Master’s degree in Women Studies & Feminist Research.

What's a webinar?

Think of a webinar as a way to attend a conference without leaving your workplace or home. Using your computer and telephone, you can hear a presentation (like a conference call) and also see the presenter's slides (watching over an internet connection). You won't be able to see the presenter, or others attending the program -- and they won't be able to see you. You will be able to ask questions - the webinar can be as interactive as you want to make it. The webinar will also be recorded and made available to you after the session, so there's no need for frantic note-taking!

Don't miss out on this free learning opportunity - register today!
 

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Have a question about CharityVillage and how we can help you with your recruitment? Your local Territory Manager would be happy to hear from you and would be pleased to answer any of your questions.

Toronto - Central
Amanda Dexter: 1-877-459-1352
Jane Barr: 1-866-888-2232

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"Excellent spend of time. I feel excited to move some of this forward with the ED and our team."

- Past CharityVillage Webinar Participant