Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Decolonization

Beyond Inclusion

Beyond Inclusion: Equity in Public Engagement proposes eight principles to support the meaningful and equitable inclusion of diverse voices in public engagement processes across sectors.

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Chinese Canadian Museum

Establishing a Chinese Canadian Museum in British Columbia was a partnership between the Province of British Columbia and the Centre for Dialogue, designed to engage citizens across the Province and collect ideas for the initial stages of museum planning. 

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Dr. Robert Daum

Dr. Robert Daum collaborates with colleagues to work with governments and post-secondary institutions as well as NGOs, foundations and museums in advancing equity, diversity, accessibility, and reconciliation.

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Inclusion in Open Government

Learn more about our citizen engagement work and read our reports where we drew upon a series of interviews with civil society organizations that work with communities traditionally under-served by government and the results of related literature reviews.

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The Laurier Institution

A nationally registered charity founded by a group of local changemakers in 1989, The Laurier Institution collaborates with partners to ignite collaboration, deepen shared learning, and inspire action around equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

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Royal BC Museum Modernization Project

The B.C. government partnered with the Centre to host seven public meetings in five BC communities to hear from the public on how they envision a modernized future for the Royal BC Museum.

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Safe & Equitable Engagement Spaces Webinar

We held an online webinar with guests Cicely Belle Blain and Alia Ali to discuss equity, safety and inclusion in online engagement. This webinar explored the experience of minority communities in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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