The Institute for Research on Public Policy held a gala at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The gala began with a panel discussion on race and policy-making in Canada, moderated by Carleton University’s Carty chair in journalism, diversity and inclusion studies, Nana aba Duncan. She is joined by:
Watch the full panel discussion here.
This panel explored the potential of policymaking to change embedded forms of racial inequality and the steps we need to take to get there.