The Walrus Talks at Home: Inclusion (Part 1)

Flexible working styles benefit people with disabilities and society at large


Flexible working styles benefit people with disabilities and society at large.

Featuring:

Photographs of the speakers at The Walrus Talks at Home: Inclusion Part One.

  • Sajel Bellon, professor, psychotherapist, and founder of Mind Armour & SOS Psychotherapy
  • Maureen Haan, president and CEO, Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
  • Dianna Hu, software engineer, Google
  • Emile Tompa, director, Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy
  • The Q&A session will be moderated by Aimee Louw, TD fellow on disability and inclusion, The Walrus

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