We see pride and hope when people stand beside others for a more inclusive world. Our model is an anomaly among diversity and inclusion professionals; we tie together traditional business strategy and consulting with research technology and data analysis, develop academic and workplace learning solutions – and bring social purpose to our charitable activities.

We are committed to those who support us to inspire and lead positive social change in Canadian schools, communities and workplaces. Click below to learn more about our charitable initiatives.


Don't let a barrier be a bully - the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion has the mandate to create a culture that strives for equity and embraces, respects, accepts and values difference. A lack of action and awareness about what it means to live with a disability has negative impacts on people’s quality of life and work opportunities. This initiative focused primarily on raising awareness about how physical barriers can limit how people interact with business. A series of three videos was produced:


See Different - a national education initiative aimed at empowering Canadians to embrace diversity. We work to support students, teachers and administrators in their efforts to build inclusive school communities. Since 2014, we've engaged hundreds of students across Ontario to creatively tackle issues of bullying, intolerance, and exclusion in their communities – both online and off. See Different provides the means for students to effect real change in tangible ways.

www.seedifferent.ca


Talking ASL

Online directory promoting inclusion for people who are deaf and hard of hearing in Canada, focused on services that might engage their friends, families and the people they work with. 

www.talkingasl.ca


#EndTheBan

Campaign to change blood services from prohibiting men who have sex with men from donating blood.