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Homes For Heroes Kingston Veterans’ Village Grand Opening | Globe Newswire

June 4, 2024 | The Kingston Veterans’ Village is designed to support unhoused military Veterans and offers wrap around social support programing, in partnership with Veterans Affairs, to help with their transition to civilian life. Kingston Veterans’ Village features 20 tiny homes, a resource centre, two counsellor offices, recreation space

Published: 6 Jun 2024

Fixing Immigration Policy to Strengthen the Nonprofit Sector | Policy Magazine

May 21, 2024 | In Policy Magazine’s Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are asked to write articles on issues important to them. In the sixth article for 2024, Jamil Tanimu emphasizes the critical importance of effective social services that would build and diversify the Canadian workforce. With over six years of experience in International Development, Jamil's passion for promoting the welfare of displaced people comes from his own upbringing in a conflict zone.

Published: 22 May 2024

Protecting our Privacy: Strengthening Accountability for Public Surveillance | Policy Magazine

May 8, 2024 | In Policy Magazine’s Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are asked to write articles on issues important to them. In the fifth article for 2024, Asha Sivarajah underscores the importance of safeguarding privacy rights while ensuring transparency and accountability in public institutions' use of surveillance technologies.

Published: 9 May 2024

How do Infrastructure Costs affect Housing Affordability? | Policy Magazine

May 2, 2024 | In Policy Magazine’s Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are asked to write articles on issues important to them. In the fourth article for 2024, Ian Lupton explains the need for a Canadian National Infrastructure Assessment for strengthening the nation’s housing crisis, by supporting a broad range of economic, social and environmental policy objectives.

Published: 7 May 2024

Should Canadians be Concerned About Corporate Concentration Levels? | Policy Magazine

April 23, 2024 | In Policy Magazine's Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are invited to write articles on issues important to them. In the third article for 2024, Abdul-Hakim Fuseini underscores the importance incentivizing small businesses for a greater Canadian economy growth. Abdul-Hakim previously taught and conducted research in finance, accounting and auditing at the University of Ghana Business School.

Published: 24 Apr 2024

Canada Doesn’t Have a Citizens Budget. It Should. | Policy Magazine

April 14, 2024 | In Policy Magazine's Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are invited to write articles on issues important to them.

Published: 16 Apr 2024

Budget 2024: Canadians Need a National Flood Insurance Program | Policy Magazine

April 11, 2024 | In Policy Magazine's Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are invited to write articles on issues important to them.

Published: 16 Apr 2024

3rd Annual Symposium - Research Network on Women, Peace and Security

In the lead-up to the 25th anniversary of the landmark United Nations Security Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (WPS), the third annual Symposium of the RN-WPS – held at the University of Ottawa from February 8-10 - centered on the theme “Because We Must”. Rebecca Tiessen, Director of the Gender, Peace and Security Collaboratory, University of Ottawa was the host and co-organizer.

Published: 27 Feb 2024

Navigating Collaborative Futures | CCA

February 14, 2024 | The Government of Canada lacks comprehensive strategy for evaluating international science, technology, innovation, and knowledge partnerships. Navigating Collaborative Futures, a new report from the Council of Canadian Academies, presents key elements of an evidence-based, data-enabled framework to evaluate new and existing international STIK partnership opportunities for Canada.

Published: 20 Feb 2024

The Case for a Pan-Canadian Teleradiology Network | Policy Magazine

December 6, 2023 | This op-ed by recent MPP graduate, Aftab Ahmed, is based on the policy titled “Enhancing Access to Diagnostic Imaging: A Proposal for a Pan-Canadian and Interoperable Teleradiology Network” written by our MPP graduates Aftab Ahmed, Anmol Gupta and Harshini Ramesh. 

Published: 7 Dec 2023

Humour, Hate and Harm: Rethinking Dignity, Equality and Freedom of Expression in Ward v Quebec | PKI

December 1, 2023 | Humour, Hate and Harm: Rethinking Dignity, Equality and Freedom of Expression in Ward v Quebec is new publication on what is and what isn't discrimination and hate speech— issues that figure among the most volatile social challenges facing us today. 

Published: 5 Dec 2023

Health sector corruption in the times of COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh: Newspapers as mirrors of society | Elsevier

November 21, 2023 | Raihana S. Kamal, a Master of Public Policy student at the Max Bell School of Public Policy, was a co-author published on Elsevier. Her research paper conducted a comprehensive analysis of health-sector corruption during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh using print media sources from March 2020 to March 2021. The study revealed corruption in every aspect of the health system during COVID-19.

Published: 23 Nov 2023

Le monde d’après:Les conséquences de la COVID-19 sur les relations internationales | PUM

October 27, 2023 | COVID-19 triggered the biggest global crisis of the 21st century. For some, the repercussions were swift and dramatic, with the pandemic pushing tens of millions of people into poverty and extreme food insecurity. For others, the transformations are still bubbling under the surface, and questions remain as to whether the societal changes it has brought about will be sustained. 

Published: 31 Oct 2023

Are we there yet? Canada's progress on the road to housing rights | QHPPC

17 October, 2023 | Canada is required to respect, protect and fulfill the right to adequate housing by law. Homelessness in Canada appears to be on the rise and social and affordable housing is increasingly unavailable to those who need it the most.

Published: 17 Oct 2023

From Rhetoric to Reality: Bridging the Gap in Indigenous Justice Initiatives | Policy Magazine

Can the Liberal government’s Indigenous Justice Strategy catalyze a new era of transformative reconciliation? The ball is in Justice Minister Arif Virani’s court.

Published: 5 Sep 2023

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