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Amanda Watkins

We’re Hiring: Engagement & Advocacy Specialist

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SHARE is seeking an individual passionate about and committed to building a more sustainable, inclusive and productive economy and looking to contribute to a vibrant, values-driven organization. The successful candidate is not satisfied with merely avoiding investor risk. They are familiar with and work well in the world of corporate governance and finance, but are primarily motivated by the opportunity to make meaningful changes to corporate policies, systems and practices in order to contribute to social and environmental change.

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We’re Hiring: Manager, Engagement and Advocacy

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Reporting to the Associate Director, Climate Programs, and working collaboratively across programs, the Manager, Engagement and Advocacy plays a key role in SHARE’s engagement program.  They develop and execute corporate engagement strategies, negotiate with companies, and lead collaborative engagement initiatives. The Manager’s work is primarily focused on climate change initiatives within SHARE’s programs.

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We’re Hiring: Program Officer, Capital Strategies

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SHARE is seeking an individual passionate about and committed to building a more sustainable, inclusive and productive economy and looking to contribute to a vibrant, values-driven organization. The successful candidate is motivated by the opportunity to make meaningful changes in the way that capital is accumulated, invested and deployed so as to address some of the critical environmental and social challenges facing our communities and societies.

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We’re Hiring: Engagement Research Specialist

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SHARE is seeking an individual passionate about and committed to building a more sustainable, inclusive and productive economy and looking to contribute to a vibrant, values-driven organization. The successful candidate is not satisfied with merely avoiding investor risk, is familiar with and works well in the world of corporate governance and finance, but is primarily motivated by the opportunity to make meaningful changes to corporate policies, systems and practices in order to contribute to social and environmental change.

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We’re Hiring! Engagement and Advocacy Specialist

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SHARE is seeking an individual passionate about and committed to building a more sustainable, inclusive and productive economy and looking to contribute to a vibrant, values-driven organization. The successful candidate is not satisfied with merely avoiding investor risk. They are familiar with and work well in the world of corporate governance and finance, but are primarily motivated by the opportunity to make meaningful changes to corporate policies, systems and practices in order to contribute to social and environmental change.

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Open Letter to G7 Heads of State and Government: Need for coordinated action by G7 leaders on Forced Labour

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Leaders representing half the global economy meet together this week as countries across the world are struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic and its far reaching aftermath. It is imperative that we build back better, greener, and fairer. Yet there are an estimated 25 million people in the world in forced labour, 16 million of whom are in the private economy, and recent evidence suggests that the number may be rising as a result of both the pandemic and climate change.

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Statement regarding the Kamloops Indian Residential School from the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative (RRII)

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The following is shared with permission from the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative. It was written in collaboration with SHARE and NATOA

May 31, 2021 – It is with a heavy heart and many tears that we add our voice to those across Turtle Island who mourn for the 215 young spirits finally located last week in Kamloops, British Columbia. We grieve with the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Nation and the families of the lost children.

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Shareholders, including a group of nuns, are demanding changes from Chartwell Retirement Residences — including the ouster of Mike Harris

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Toronto Star – One of Canada’s largest private retirement and long-term-care home operators is facing calls from activist investors — including a group of nuns following their religious conscience — to monitor and improve working conditions for its staff, pay a living wage and to vote against the re-election of chair and former Ontario premier Mike Harris as a member of the board.

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