As Peel Children’s Aid and Peel Children’s Aid Foundation move forward with planning to occupy a new office space in 2020, we want to ensure that our work place is one that is welcoming, diverse and inclusive to our community.

As such, we are meeting with both our staff and our community stakeholders to learn from them what an inclusive, diverse and welcoming workspace should incorporate.  We are hoping to take the information provided and incorporate as much as possible,  the input given to us, into the design of our new space. 

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* 1. When you think of community space and a reception area that is inclusive and diverse, what does that look like to you? Can you give us examples?

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* 2. Do you have examples of ways that a designer could depict inclusion and diversity in a work- space environment for different groups of people?  For example, different cultures, different age groups, different genders and gender identities, different classes, different sexual orientations, different abilities, etc.

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* 3. Can you think of things that would make the community space in the building child, youth and family friendly, inclusive, and diverse?

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* 4. Is there anything else you would like to add?

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* 5. Demographic information (optional)
We want to ensure we receive feedback from a wide-range of people/groups and to make sure we have not missed any groups.

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* 6. What is your relationship with Peel CAS?  

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