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The Environics Institute for Research: Canadian Millennials Social Values Study Webinar Series

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Date(s) - 19/04/2017 - 21/04/2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


The Environics Institute for Survey Research, a non-profit public interest organization that conducts relevant and original public opinion and social research related to issues of public policy and social change, has recently revealed the findings of its social values study of Canadian Millennials. The findings offer a bold portrait of Canada’s Millennials (those born between 1980 and 1995) that for the first time presents the social values of this generation, and the distinct segments that help make sense of the different and often contradictory stereotypes that so frequently are applied to today’s young adults. The research was undertaken in partnership with Apathy is Boring, The Counselling Foundation of Canada, the J. W. McConnell Family Foundation, and RBC.

Environics is interested in offering a free three-part webinar series to encourage a broad dissemination of the study findings as they can be invaluable in informing policies, practices and/or programs related to socio-economic, workforce, educational and civic engagement.

  • Episode #1: Who Are Canada’s Millennials? Recognizing Their Diverse Social Values Tribes. Wednesday, April 19 (12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET)
    Speakers: Keith Neuman and Michael Adams
  • Episode #2: What Do Canadian Millennials Want? Understanding Their Career & Life Aspirations. Thursday, April 20 (12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET)
    Speakers: Keith Neuman, Gladys Okine and Julian Caspari
  • Episode #3: How Will Canadian Millennials Change the World? Discovering Their Political & Civic Engagement Views. Friday, April 21 (12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET)
    Speakers: Keith Neuman, Scott Haldane and Elamin Abdelmahmoud


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