The SPC-Peel works on Region-wide social change and planning initiatives in partnership with non-profit agencies, community groups, faith groups, environmental organizations, the Police, School Boards, government agencies, funders, and the business community.
The purpose of this project is to identify the extent to which non-profit agencies in Peel's human services sector provide support for their employees in retirement. The activities include a review of the literature on pensions in the non-profit sector, an on-line survey of non-profit agencies, and a community forum with non-profit service providers.
Safe City Mississauga has initiated this project to better understand the prevalence of
cyber violence in Mississauga and collaborate with community partners and young women to
establish a strategy that prevents and eliminates cyber violence and addresses institutional
barriers. SPC-Peel's role in the project is to prepare a Gender-Based Needs Assessment Report to determine the nature, extent and impact of cyber violence on girls and young women in Peel.
The main objective of this project is to increase the participation of visible minority women in Peel in leadership
and decision-making roles in community-based organizations. The Venus Leadership Mentoring Project (VLMP)
has been developed as the primary vehicle to achieve this objective.
The purpose of the project is to develop and implement a strategy to
prevent and reduce gender-based violence on the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)'s campus.
The SPC Peel's contribution to the project is to conduct research on the safety of young women on the
UTM campus. This includes conducting a Gender-Based Analysis (GBA) of Women's Safety at UTM and an
exploratory or preliminary safety audit of the physical aspects of the campus.