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Featured Resources

INFOGRAPHIC: What to Expect When You’re Electing is a series of seven infographics released by the Samara Centre for Democracy for the 2019 federal election. The last in the series, Staying Engaged, offers a look at Canada’s new Parliament, what happens next, and how you can stay involved.
TOOLKIT: The federal election was held on October 21st. The Democratic Engagement Exchange shared this online toolkit to equip young, first-time, and infrequent voters with everything they need to have the confidence to vote.
FACTSHEET: Who is an underrepresented youth? Someone who is not represented or treated fairly. This factsheet goes over how organizations and adult allies can develop readiness to engage young people and foster youth leadership.
RESEARCH SUMMARY: This story highlights the capacity and potential of youth-led organizing and movement-building. Youth workers can position the identities and experiences of young people at the centre of their work to ensure that young voices are heard.

What we're thinking

July 22, 2019

by Laura Sygrove
Co-founder and Executive Director, New Leaf Foundation

June 28, 2019

by Canadian Bahá’í News Service
The Bahá’í Community of Canada