Information About Appointed Podcast
- Prisoners' Justice Day
On this episode of Appointed, we are taking a quick break from our Guaranteed Livable Income series to talk about Canada’s prison system. In recognition of Prisoners’ Justice Day, here’s an episode that focuses on debunking myths and sharing knowledge about prisons in Canada. I, Fregine, ask Kim the … Read more »
- Evidence points to Guaranteed Livable Income as a way to address the inequality of poverty: What are we waiting for?
On this episode of Appointed, we are talking about guaranteed livable income (GLI). We talk about what this program might look like in Canada; about how the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) could evolve into a GLI; and about how such a program might play a role in creating a more equitable … Read more »
- Economic Marginalization of Indigenous Peoples in Canada: The Case for a Guaranteed Livable Income
On this first episode of our Guaranteed Livable Income series, we speak with Chief Commissioner Marion Buller and Commissioner Qajaq Robinson from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. This episode discusses the impacts of economic marginalization on Indigenous w … Read more »
- Welcome to Season II
Welcome to Season II of Appointed! Read more »
- Best Interest of Who? The State or the Child?
On this episode of Appointed we’re talking about the child welfare system and how systemic discrimination plays a key role in determining who ends up in care. We speak with Natasha Reimer, the founder of the peer support group Foster Up and host of her own podcast, titled “The Disappearance of Natas … Read more »