The Wellesley Institute’s Director of Housing and Innovation, Michael Shapcott, delivered the keynote presentation at a community forum hosted by the West Coalition on Housing and Homelessness on June 5, 2012. The presentation included federal, provincial, municipal and international issues in housing and homelessness… with tips for strategic action by coalition members. Brick by […]
Canadians generally consider American health care to be inequitable, unfair and inefficient, since it costs more than any other health are system in the world, yet still leaves 45.7 million people uninsured. While there is no question that some of these perceptions are broadly well-founded, the current U.S. health care reforms are designed to significantly […]
Bob Gardner spoke to the Healthcare Interpretation Network on November 23, 2009 and argued that interpretation was one essential enabler of equitable access to high-quality health care and support. His talk set this in the context of other enablers and drivers of a comprehensive health equity strategy.
A Powerpoint presentation to a Health Canada workshop on the recent housing environment in Ontario, given on February 6, 2006. Here is the presentation: Housing and Homelessness: A look at 21 Ontario cities and communities View more documents from WellesleyInstitute.