Your fresh ideas can also design policies that have impact on more people. Learn from policy makers at the local, Provincial Ontario, and Federal levels of government.
The Policy Workshops have two parts, which must be completed together. There is limited enrollment of 34 youth participants. Sign up is first come, first served.
If COVID-19 conditions are safer, there will be a field trip to visit City Hall at 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2 and opportunity to present to the Toronto Youth Cabinet.
Workshop Parts 1 & 2:
Review our Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act policy.
VIDEOS TO WATCH BEFORE WORKSHOPS
What is policy?
Learn about the process of creating a policy. Meet BIPOC politicians who are making policies that benefit BIPOC communities, such as yours: Liin Nur, the Honorable Jean Augustine, and MPP Buhtila Karpoche.
Learn how you imagine change to create policies that positively affect BIPOC communities. Policy maker and OCAD University Professor, Dr. Kathy Moscue describes how through imagination you solve the five flavours of problems and thus positively impact a large number of people.
Amplify Your Voice
Learn how policy ideas reach more people through talking to family, friends, neighbours, classmates, social media networks, and anyone who will listen to you. Jacquie Shaw introduces you to more politicians who share the most impactful policies they made to support their communities: the Honorable Jean Augustine, MPP Buhtila Karpoche, activist Jackie Ndlovu, and politician Kerry-Anne Douglas-Powell.
Meet the IMFTO Policy Team
Liin Nur, OCAD U SFI
Jerusha Richards, Ministry of Infrastructure
Kathy Moscou, OCAD U
Pam Sethi, OCAD U SFI
Jacquie Shaw, OCAD U SFI