Decent Work for Women Working in Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector

 

Original broadcast date: Thursday, April 4, 2019

Summary: 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.

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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.

 

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