What the papers say – research & reporting on workers’ compensation in the precarious economy
Featuring Sara Mojtehedzadeh (Toronto Star) Katherine Lippel (University of Ottawa), and Ellen MacEachen (University of Waterloo), as well as injured workers and advocates with lived experience.
Registration required. The half day session, including l refreshments, is by suggested donation of $10 / free for unwaged. Participants may now pay in advance online, or simply register and pay when they arrive at the event. Register and pay using eventbrite or RSVP to BancroftInstitute@gmail.com
1:00 pm – Welcome and introductions
1:15 pm – Sara Mojtehedzadeh – Toronto Star’s Work & Wealth Reporter speaking on: Reporting on Ontario’s workers’ compensation in a precarious economy
1:35 pm – Katherine Lippel & Ellen MacEachen – speaking on: Work injury, precarious employment and return to work: How systems can promote or undermine sustainable return to work
2:15 pm – Break & refreshments
2:30 pm – Lived experience presentations
2:45 pm – Panel discussion of questions.
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