Children's Aid Society of Toronto
At CAS of Toronto we are very much committed to addressing racism and discrimination. Recently our Board approved a policy that aims to provide equity for all who work here and to ensure our services are delivered within a framework of anti-oppression and anti-racism.
Anti-Oppression and Child Welfare: Laying the Foundation for Change
This article is posted with the permission of the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies. The article was published in the Winter 2009 issue of the OACAS Journal, volume 53 # 1.
Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Process
The Children's Aid Society of Toronto is committed to providing a workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment based on grounds covered under the Ontario Human Rights Code. Employees, as well as any individuals who are providing service on behalf of the Society, such as independent contractors, foster parents, placement students, volunteers, and individuals from temporary staffing agencies, may pursue a complaint if they feel that their rights under the policy have been infringed.