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Disaggregated Data: A Tool for Dismantling Systemic Barriers in the Federal Public Service


Surveys, such as the Public Service Employee Survey, are important sources of data for the public service, providing insight into who makes up the public service and what challenges exist in the workplace.

It's in that spirit that the Canada School of Public Service is excited to offer the next event in the Anti-Racism Event Series. We're bringing top experts together to discuss what good disaggregated data means and looks like. This includes the importance of collecting strong disaggregated data and how it can be used as a critical tool in dismantling systemic barriers that still exist in the federal public service. They will also discuss how to use data to make improvements in the representation of employees from marginalized communities. The panel discussion will be followed by a live Q&A period with virtual participants.

Learn more about the Anti-Racism Event Series.


  • Paula Speevak, President and CEO, Volunteer Canada
  • Stevan Zonjic, Director, Analysis and Measurement, Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Jason Lawson, Director, Experimentation and Partnerships, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Kathy Lusk, Director, Integrity and National Services, Service Canada - Atlantic Region, Employment and Social Development Canada


Wendy Bullion-Winters, Director General, Human Resources Management, Canada School of Public Service

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