CRIW strives to create a supportive environment to stimulate collaboration among graduate students, academics, staff and the general community, We are pleased to engage in special projects that support us in seeking innovative solutions towards more inclusive workplaces.

The Impact of the COVID-19 Response on Workplace Inclusion

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the impact of social inequities more visible, and increased the vulnerability of traditionally underrepresented groups within the workplace. Measures such as physical distancing, working from home, loss of work, etc., had both immediate and potentially long-term implications for inclusion at work. To help ensure that the needs of vulnerable populations are understood and taken into consideration, CRIW has supported research initiatives exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on workplace inclusion… More

Labour Force Barriers Research Group

The Labour Force Barriers Research Group brings together leading researchers and students from four faculties across Carleton University (Sprott School of Business, Faculty of Public Affairs, Faculty of Science and Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences) to provide leadership in research addressing labour force barriers.

This research group focuses on building knowledge regarding youth, immigration, migration, diversity, health and wellness, employment conditions, social policy and initiatives with the goal of contributing to strengthening Canada’s labour force and labour economy… More

Inclusion, My Muse: An Art Exhibit

Coming soon.