Canadian Institue Of Planners

Shaping our Communities
Sustaining Canada's Future.


Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The Canadian planning profession has an ethical responsibility to work for the public good. Applying an equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) lens to all levels of planning practice is required to confront and address systemic racism and discrimination in the governance systems, practices, and policies that planners implement, create, and influence.

In 2018, CIP identified social equity as one of five policy priorities, and since then, the Institute has taken steps to achieve its aspiration of being a trusted voice in EDI. Following several months of research and consultation, CIP's Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Roadmap was approved in June 2020 to provide a structured, measurable, and systematic approach to embed EDI into the Institute and across the planning profession.


Please read the Canadian Institute of Planners' Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Roadmap.

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CIP Related Resources


National Compensation and Benefits Survey 
(information related to equity-seeking groups and gender included).
 
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CIP’s Policy on 
Planning Practice and Reconciliation



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Call for articles now openPlan
Canada
 spring issue on Social and Racial Equity.

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Commonwealth Women in Planning Manifesto 
(endorsed by CIP Board of Directors).



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Tamika Butler’s powerful 2017 CIP National Conference Keynote
(Note: please find more resources in the 
CIP
Professional Learning HUB
). 


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A must see for all planner's,
Dr. Hayden King's 2019 CIP National
Conference Keynote.


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Official Statements

 
Canadian Accredited Planning Schools and the Provincial and Territorial Institutes and Associations (PTIAs) have made commitments to recognize and fight racial injustices experienced by communities and within the planning profession. Please read the official statements below: