Reimagining Care/Work Policies


We will be hosting or collaborating on several events throughout the RC/W research program. Learn more about our research, advocacy work, and events here, or join our mailing list.

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Learning Across Borders: What can Canada Learn from Danish Early Childhood Education and Care?

On May 31st, 2023, we collaborated with Martha Friendly and the Childcare Resource and Research Unit to host a group of child care community members to learn from and exchange views with a delegation of four Danish municipal child care officials.

What’s Next for Early Learning and Child Care?

This four-part webinar series was a follow-up to the What Now for Child Care? two-day policy symposium that took place in Ottawa June 9-10, 2022. It discussed the rollout of the Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care agreements (CWELCC) and looked at what must be done to build a system of accessible, affordable, inclusive and high quality early learning and child care that supports all children and families.

Congress/CSA 2023

Our team organized two panels at CSA:

Reimagining Care/Work Policies for Diverse Canadian Families

Care is Not a Tally Sheet: Reflections on the Care/Work Portrait as a Method for Rethinking and Remaking the Field of Gender Division of Domestic Labour

What Now for Child Care?

What Now for Child Care? was a two-day policy symposium that gathered over 60 researchers, Indigenous experts, advocates, policy makers and child care sector stakeholders from across Canada in an in-person event in Ottawa June 9–10, 2022. We collaborated with the Childcare Resource and Research Unit and Child Care Now to organize the event.