Archive for April 2024

KAIROS reviews Budget 2024

April 23, 2024

While the federal government offered some good news in Budget 2024, which it announced on April 16, it also presented disappointments for KAIROS’ program areas.   We are told that Budget 2024 is an attempted balancing act of spending increases…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Gender Justice, Gender Justice/Women of Courage, Indigenous Rights, Migrant Justice

KAIROS urges Canada to regularize the undocumented and end indentured labour

April 3, 2024

Once again, KAIROS is calling on Canada to regularize the undocumented and end indentured labour and slavery in Canada by closing the Temporary Foreign Worker Program as soon as possible.  On March 26, Leah Reesor-Keller, KAIROS’ Transitional Executive Director sent a…

Post filed in: Migrant Justice

Call for Applications – Join KAIROS’ Strengthening Voices for a Just Transition Project

April 3, 2024

Are you concerned about climate change and a just transition?  As the world transitions from its dependence on fossil fuels, so much work needs to be done to ensure our communities are supported and policymakers held accountable.     As we…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Just Transition

A season of change at KAIROS

April 3, 2024

KAIROS is in a season of transition. As the new Chair of the KAIROS Steering Committee, I am excited to be part of the evolution of this remarkable organization. After more than 20 years under the administration of the United…

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Leah Reesor-Keller named Transitional Executive Director at KAIROS

April 3, 2024

(Toronto – Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit) – The KAIROS Steering Committee is happy to announce that Leah Reesor-Keller, KAIROS’ Interim Executive Director, has accepted an offer to extend her time with KAIROS Canada for an additional…

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BC-Yukon KAIROS launches Table Talk Toolkit

April 2, 2024

Human conversation is the most ancient and easiest way to cultivate the conditions for change—personal change, community and organizational change, planetary change. If we can sit together and talk about what’s important to us, we begin to come alive. Margaret…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice