Toronto Regional Symposium

Responding to Social Change: Bringing Regulatory Bodies Beyond "Should" and Towards "Do"


March 21, 2019 | St. Paul's Bloor Street


Societal change requires regulators to respond in new ways to recurrent problems such as sexual misconduct, racial disparity, handling accommodations requests and working with marginalized populations. How can regulatory agencies move beyond simply what should be done and toward policies and procedures that put them on the leading edge of being responsive to registrants, the public, and stakeholders in difficult matters and inclusive policy? How can they look forward and identify the hidden concerns not yet identified?

 

Join CLEAR and regional experts as we discuss on a practical level how regulatory organizations can recognize where change is needed, develop policies and procedures to address gaps in the system, and effectively communicate these changes to those impacted.


Symposium Location

St. Paul's Bloor Street

Great Hall Room

227 Bloor Street East

Toronto, Ontario



For more information about the Toronto Regional Symposium program, please contact Kelly McKown King at kmckown@clearhq.org or call (859) 654-0144.



Please contact Jodie Markey for exhibitor opportunities in 2019.  


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