CONFERENCE IN A BOX
A rich virtual experience, no matter where you are.
The Conference-in-a-Box (CIAB) is a treasure chest of resources that you can explore. The CIAB is designed to provide you with the materials that you need to organize a mini-conference with your colleagues.
The CIAB is designed to complement the virtual broadcast of previous Policy Community Conferences by providing materials for learning, practicing and sparking conversations.
There are two ways to engage with the conference content now:
- Rewatch the webcasts of the plenary sessions and speakers from the convenience of your desk, or
- Gather your colleagues and host your own mini-event and choose the materials you want to use from the Conference-in-a-Box!
Bringing together colleagues to learn, question and explore.
The Conference-in-a-Box, including activity kits and archived webcast videos, remains available year-round.
There is no need to register (and there is no cost) to take advantage of the virtual Conference-In-A-Box. However, if you are organizing a mini-conference, please let the Policy Community Partnership Office know: email@example.com or Tweet @policommpoli #policomm
2018 CONFERENCE VIDEOS
Rachel Wernick and Neil Bouwer
Marta Morgan and JF Tremblay
2019 CONFERENCE VIDEOS
Elder Mac Saulis
Natan Obed, President, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
Jennifer Riel, Adjunct Professor, Rotman School of Management
Moderator: Rachel Wernick Panel: Elder Mac Saulis; Georgette LeBlanc, Parliamentary Poet Laureate; Nitika Agarwal, Chief Operations Officer, Apolitical; Isabelle Mondou, Associate Deputy Minister Heritage
Michael Wernick, Clerk of the Privy Council; Jennifer Riel, Rotman School of Management
MC Kaili Levesque
Nadia Duguay, Exeko and CKX Fellow; Will Prosper, Hoodstock
Moderator: Kaili Levesque Panel: Graham Flack,Deputy Minister, Employment and Social Development Canada; Rodney Ghali, Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Impact and Innovation Unit, Privy Council Office; Leanne Labelle, Canadian Digital Services
Moderator: Neil Bouwer, Vice President, Canada School of Public Service Panel: Anna Wong, Digital Academy; Meghan Hellstern, Brookfield Institute; Brent Barron, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research; Serge Joly, Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada
MC Kaili Levesque
Nadine Smith, Centre for Public Impact
Georgette LeBlanc, Parliamentary Poet Laureate
Rachel Wernick, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Employment and Social Development Canada; Neil Bouwer, Vice President, Canada School of Public Service