We are pleased to announce that effective July 1, 2021 Professor Lorne Foster was appointed York Research Chair in Black Canadian Studies and Human Rights for a five-year term. He also serves as the Director of the Institute for Social Research and the Director of the Diversity & Human Rights Certificate, the first academic-industry human […]
Brenda Spotton Visano, professor of economics and public policy at York University, has recently contributed the piece The Financial Empowerment and Problem Solving Program is about to lose its funding. That’s a huge problem for those who need it most. Read the full article at the Toronto Star.
Peel police hire York U researcher and SPPA Professor, Lorne Foster, to report on police interactions with racialized community
Lorne Foster, SPPA Professor and director of the Institute for Social Research at York University, has been contracted for the next three years to develop the methodology for Peel police to collect race-based data, analyze the information and report on the findings. Read the full article at the Toronto Star.
Maybe artificial intelligence will drastically change health care, but who will benefit? - See Professor Ian Stedman's article in the Hill Times
Maybe artificial intelligence will drastically change health care, but who will benefit?Written By: Professor Ian Stedman Read the full article at The Hill Times.
PPA professor Lorne Foster has for years been collecting data about systemic racism and its effect on Black Canadians. Foster argues that Canada often struggles with a potentially misleading perception of itself as non-racist. “The dominant cultural narrative defines Canada as a non-racist or post-racial society,” he says. “Yet disparities continue to exist unabated in […]
YUSPPAAN's Learning from Leaders podcast is now live. Check out the link below for our first episode featuring Dr. Peter P. Constantinou on the Ontario Legislature Internship Program. We thank Romina Chencheva, MA, MPPAL, Georgette Morris and Dr. Peter P. Constantinou for delivering such an interesting and insightful interview in our first episode.
School of Public Policy and Administration Professor Thomas Klassen from the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LAPS) worked with Professor Sophia Lee at Chung-Ang University in Seoul, South Korea, to provide undergraduate students in their respective classes with a unique international learning opportunity. Klassen teaches Canada's Social Policy (PPAS 3761) while Lee teaches a course on Social Security in Korea. The […]