GLRC Director Luann Good Gingrich, GLRC Associate Naomi Lightman, and Social Planning Toronto Senior Researcher Beth Wilson have a new report on rental housing inequities tied to race and immigrant status in Toronto. Spaces and Places of Exclusion: Mapping Rental Housing Disparities for Toronto’s Racialized and Immigrant Communities is a first-of-its-kind study, mapping spatial exclusion by racialized and immigrant status in Toronto’s wards.
Visit Social Planning Toronto for more information and to access the full report.
There will be a live Q&A session for a discussion of the research report and implications for policy on Tuesday, November 24 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm ET. The session is part of Future Cities Canada’s Unexpected Solutions conference. #UnexpectedSolutions features six weeks of thought-provoking keynotes, hands-on workshops, panel discussions, film screenings and live Q&As. Register for free here.
Spaces and Places of Exclusion was produced through a research partnership between Social Planning Toronto (SPT) and York University, and is part of a larger project entitled Tracing and Addressing Social Exclusion in Canada (TASC). TASC is a five-year study supported by a SSHRC Insight Grant, led by Dr. Good Gingrich. TASC examines social exclusion in Canada through quantitative analyses of Statistics Canada datasets and is informed by qualitative exploration. SPT is a community partner in the project.