For some time now, COCo has been working on topics related to the world of data. We have held a training workshop, participated in discussions on the challenges and opportunities that data presents to community organizations, and have begun coaching groups on specific issues in this area. To continue developing our service offer around the […]
About Kira Page
Kira is the Communications and Membership Engagement Coordinator at COCo, and trains organizations in conflict, anti-oppression, and communications.
As many of you know, COCo is very busy these days! We wanted to put together a list of some referrals so that if your organization is seeking services, you have some other leads. There are many other nonprofits in the city that offer training and accompaniment to nonprofits, and people should know about them! Nonprofits […]
COCo will be closing our virtual doors from December 18th to January 10th. We will be back on email and phones as of January 11th. In the meantime, we hope that you all also get some well deserved rest!
During the past six months, COCo has received an unprecedented number of requests from community groups. We are grateful for this interest, and also reaching the limits of our capacity to offer all of services groups are asking for! As a result, we are trying to refocus our efforts on the two prongs of our […]
Meet Iman, a Black woman working in a Montreal nonprofit organization. Her journey represents the journey of many women and femmes of colour who shared their stories with us. Our infographic describing the experiences of women of colour in the workplace resonated with thousands of people across the globe. We wanted to imagine an alternate […]
We were really excited to stumble on the Towards Braiding project. The project looks at the troubled terrain of non-Indigenous people or organizations trying to develop relationships with Indigenous people. It is led by Elwood Jimmy and Vanessa Andreotti with Sharon Stein. Towards Braiding The beginning of their book, which is available for download, speaks […]
Last year, we worked on adapting a new version of the “White Supremacy Culture” document. We’ve seen a lot of other groups play around with this tool, including a new resource from Partners for Collaborative Change. Their document lines up the main characteristics of white supremacy culture and tried to imagine antidotes to those things. […]
One of our accomplishments this year was to rewrite our Pregnancy, Family and Community Support Leave Policy – which we shortcut to calling our “Care Policy”. This policy builds on programs that employees are regularly entitled to like parental leave, or short term disability. The policy has a more full understanding of the care needs […]
As we helped many different organizations organize their virtual AGMs this year, we got a lot of questions about Zoom accessibility. Here are a few of the most common examples: How can we make this accessible to people without internet? What would make this usable for groups working in multiple languages? How can we make […]
We’ve been thinking a lot this year about helping community groups become more data literate. What does it mean for a person or an organization to be data literate? What would they need to be able to do or understand? How could we teach those things? How could this skill serve community organizations? Would they […]
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