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INSIGHTS TO DRIVE AN EQUITABLE RECOVERY
The impacts of COVID-19 have not been equal. There is now well-documented evidence that already marginalized communities including racialized, low-income, women, seniors and younger Torontonians have been hardest hit by the health and financial fallouts which are ongoing and compounding.
The Better Toronto Coalition was created to:
- Learn from the frontline organizations supporting residents through the crisis;
- Equip fundholders and other Torontonians to quickly respond through grants and donations
As we focus on an equitable recovery, these insights, centred on the perspectives of lived experience and experts have significant relevance. Explore this hub of content to learn and inform your philanthropy and community involvement.
INSIGHTS FROM THE SECTOR
Planning for recovery needs to include community leaders
What it means to be 2-Spirited People of the First Nations
Cultural connections are essential for Métis
Climate change disproportionately affects Indigenous peoples
What happens to families and communities in a virtual world
The arts sector will take the longest to recover post-COVID
New opportunities can emerge in the post-COVID recovery
Being far from their territories, urban Inuit need access to different supports
Collective consciousness is vital for an equitable recovery
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