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The Ensemble / All Together podcast series is corporate content produced by CBC & Radio-Canada Media Solutions, Revenue Group.

corporate podcast from CBC & Radio-Canada Media Solutions

Ensemble / All Together showcases and amplifies conversations around diversity, equity and inclusion in the Canadian media industry.

This industry-led podcast series is intended for professionals working in the advertising business, our B2B partners, and anyone interested in the role that this industry plays in diversity, equity and inclusion globally.

The series also features three episodes in French, with exclusive guests and topics.

This lexicon is intended as an aide-memoire for talking about diversity and inclusion.

Affirmation and recognition of differences in nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, beliefs, and values, beyond mere tolerance. Not to be confused with tolerance.
Diversity concerns the individual. It encompasses the range of unique dimensions, qualities, and characteristics that each of us possesses, as well as the mix that exists within any group of people. These dimensions can include race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, economic status, physical abilities, life experiences, and various other perspectives that contribute to individual diversity. Diversity is a fact, and inclusion is a choice.
Intentional or unintentional denial of the right to equal treatment, civil liberties, and opportunities in education, housing, health care, employment, and access to services, goods and facilities for an individual or group. Discrimination can occur due to factors such as ancestry, place of origin, ethnic origin, citizenship, beliefs, criminal record, race, color, nationality, sex, age, religion, gender identity, gender expression, political affiliation, marital or family status, sexual orientation, physical, developmental, or mental disability.
Employment equity/affirmative action
Policies and practices that encourage barrier-free working conditions, rectify employment disadvantages, and advocate for the principle that special measures are required to meet the needs of Canada's four designated groups: women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.

About this series

The Ensemble / All Together podcast series aims to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive media landscape through genuine conversations among industry professionals. The collected stories seek to promote change, greater representation and equity of opportunity within our industry.

This platform and its content are part of CBC/Radio-Canada's strong commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI), as a public broadcaster and Canadian employer. These initiatives are intended to be catalysts for change, creating spaces for learning, innovation and bold conversations.

To find out more about these actions, please consult our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Plan 2022-2025.


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