You are here

Stakeholder Relationships and Project Manager

Salary: Range of $60,000 to $70,000 annually, depending on experience, with comprehensive benefits package.
The posting is for a full-time position, but reduced and/or flexible work hours can be negotiated.

Duration: Carleton University employee term contact until March of 2021 with possibility of renewal.

Location: Work from home. The core team is based in Ottawa.

Start date: Expected start date of mid-October 2020.

Range of $60,000 to $70,000 annually, depending on experience, with comprehensive benefits package.
Start Date: 
Thu, 10/15/2020
1 Oct 2020

Solidarity Working Group Systems Collaborator

Solidarity Working Group Systems Collaborator

Job Description

Social Economy Through Social Inclusion (SETSI) is seeking a Systems Collaborator to enhance the work of our co-created Solidarity Working Group. This is a leadership position that will report to the Executive Director of SETSI.

$56,868 - $67,486 annually, plus extended benefits
Start Date: 
Thu, 10/01/2020
9 Sep 2020

Resistance & Revolution for a Just Green Recovery

Image of a rainbow waterfall with information about the London Regional Social ForumRESISTANCE & REVOLUTION FOR A JUST GREEN RECOVERY

London Regional Social Forum

The London Regional Social Forum takes up themes such as:

  • Economic justice / Anti-capitalist action / Actions to counter neoliberal policymaking
  • Anti-colonialism / Anti-imperialism
  • Social justice and political equality
  • Environmental justice
  • Action training

The opening event will be a socially-distanced outdoor icebreaker, and the rest of the programming will be delivered via Zoom.

Learn more

Worldbuilding the Feminist Future: Envisioning a Feminist Economy

Image of Alex McDowell's Worldbuilding Mandala If we were to design a feminist economy around our own feminist values, desires, and visions, what might it be like?

  • What would this economy value? Focus on? Call a success?
  • What would it feel like to live here, create community here, build a family here?
  • If you could design a feminist economy around your own values, desires, and visions, what might it be like?
  • Over the course of two workshops, participants will explore a few practices of worldbuilding and visioning to help us envision the feminist future.

Workshop One: Worldbuilding the Feminist Economy

Participants will start with the big picture. In the first workshop, participants will build a larger, more “macro” world, the world in which feminist enterprises work with each other, along with communities, governments (maybe), society, families, and other groups of people, as well as the flora, fauna, and physical matter of our planet, to create a world devoid of oppression where everyone and everything can flourish. With this workshop, we’ll be the most speculative, inviting ourselves to play with ideas, and imagining an economy that’s really far out and fully functioning in 2040.

Workshop Two: Worldbuilding a Feminist Enterprise, will be held on Monday, Sept. 14.

What is worldbuilding?

Worldbuilding is an activity used by futurists and by writers of speculative fiction to create a context for their storytelling. They unpack their imaginations to create the larger worlds in which their programs, characters and/or plot will unfold.

Learn more

Nonprofit Driven 2020

Banner image with Nonprofit Driven 2020 logoBe bold. Drive change. Join hundreds of nonprofit and community leaders and policy makers at the largest public policy forum for Ontario’s nonprofit sector. 

Ontario’s nonprofit sector is a positive force on the frontlines of community challenges and opportunities, providing on-the-ground solutions to improve people’s lives.

Let’s be bold and take this momentum to the next level. Nonprofit Driven 2020 is two days of vital collaboration and connections to explore solutions to public policy opportunities alongside nonprofit leaders from across the sector. 

Learn more


Subscribe to RSS - Alberta