Not-for-profit Governance Leadership: Creating a Culture of Accessibility - Institute on Governance

Not-for-profit Governance Leadership: Creating a Culture of Accessibility

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This backgrounder document lays the groundwork for organizations to consider, within their governance activities, to achieve a cultural shift in the implementation of systems to meet the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

The IOG set out to highlight two key considerations to stimulate discussion:

  • Why is accessibility a governance issue?
  • What parts of not-for-profit governance work can a Board of Directors use to create a shift in an organization’s culture of accessibility?

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