Equitable and inclusive research seeks to promote the participation of underserved groups in engagement, consultation, or survey processes in order to effectively explore research topics related to gender, race, sexual, economic, health and cultural equality.
We’re another year closer to 2050 and the world’s stated goal of net zero emissions. Nations have just agreed to protect 30 percent of the world’s land, water and marine areas by 2030. Does this add up to adequate progress?
Your organization wants to build new business relationships with Indigenous peoples and communities. Where do you start?
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With the uptick of interest in Indigenous research, Sarah Roberton discusses some hard-earned lessons from almost two decades partnering with Indigenous organizations.
Our data shows little movement on measures related to confidence in institutions and offices involved in Canada’s pandemic response.
Environics Research, on behalf of the Durham Regional Police Services Board, conducted a public consultation to inform the process for appointing the Region’s Next Chief of Police.
Demand for inclusive research is growing. In this article we provide 3 best practices for conducting Inclusive Research and outline the importance of prioritizing it early in the process.
Businesses have businesslike motives, but they also have customers, employees, investors and board members who are people. To succeed, businesses will need to consider the values of these audiences as they contemplate their next steps on the journey to net zero.