//  May 5, 2015  //  Comments Off

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights: Welcome to museum 3.0

One of my more cherished memories as a student was taking an exclusive seminar course on international human rights with Canadian human rights activist, John Peters Humphrey.  An author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, […]

    //  April 23, 2015  //  Comments Off

Beyond Miles: How Aeroplan’s partnership program is enabling change

In our ongoing series featuring leaders in the private sector, corporate citizens who go the extra mile to support their communities and its organizations dedicated to effecting change, we speak with Kevin O’Brien, Chief Business Development […]

    //  April 15, 2015  //  Comments Off

When it Comes to Employment and Social Inclusion for People with Disabilities, Social Enterprise Can Help

This op-ed was originally published in The Hill Times, April 13, 2015 The recent media coverage of the proposed layoffs of dozens of developmentally disabled people in Ottawa due to the end of a 30-year contract […]

    //  April 2, 2015  //  Comments Off

As Canada’s Food Conversation Heats Up, Changemakers Take the Lead

For those of us who have grown up at least a few generations removed from the farm, the food conversation we’re having is kind of revolutionary. While we get the idea that food is important, really […]

    //  March 21, 2015  //  Comments Off

Social Change Requires More Than Just a Retweet

Last week, as the sun shone on one of the warmest days Toronto has seen in a while, my neighbour hanged himself in the locker room of our apartment building. I didn’t know him. I hardly […]

Kimberley Jutze
On the Front Lines of Social Change
April 15, 2015  //  Comments Off
What does it feel like to stand up for what you believe in? It’s exciting, exhilarating, and scary. While there’s a ...
wine for the world
Changing the World – One Glass of Wine at a Time
December 6, 2014  //  Comments Off
SEE Change’s video series profiling social entrepreneurs effecting change continues with a visit to Wine for the W ...

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