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EDIB Resource Hub

The tech industry’s #1 destination for EDIB resources and tools

TAP Network’s EDIB Resource Hub is a free online resource library for the tech sector. It was created thanks to provincial and tech industry funding, along with community collaboration from dozens of organizations and individuals. The website provides access to over 400 best-in-class Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging resources and tools.

The Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (EDIB) landscape is always evolving, and the resources and tools on our site are suggested measures to help employers create inclusive culture. We recommend using the site to learn and apply what resonates for your organization.

The EDIB Resource Hub provides employers with tools and information that can be used to integrate EDIB practices, build a culture of inclusiveness and belonging and support women, Indigenous peoples, people of colour, people with disabilities, newcomers to Canada, individuals who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+, and all equity-deserving groups to succeed in the tech sector.

It includes benchmarking resources that companies can use to measure and benchmark the diversity of their workforce. It also includes checklists, templates, case studies, sample policies, training modules and links to other useful materials that can be directly implemented into any organization.

Users of the site can view resources for specific designated groups and for various employee life cycle stages. While it is targeted for use by the tech sector, it’s an open site that is available to all.

Visit the EDIB Resource Hub

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EDIB Resource Hub

Help Build and Maintain this Community Resource

Curating up-to-date content and providing ongoing inclusive access to such an extensive online resource library takes time and money.

TAP Network relies on generous sponsorships from our community to build and maintain the EDIB Resource Hub and to engage individuals from equity-deserving groups to guide and support our work.

Are you interested in sponsoring the sustainability of TAP Network's EDIB Resource Hub? Please reach out to Kathy Gibson for more information.

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