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Kimber Kunimoto

Kimber Kunimoto
Kimber recently joined the Communities Building Youth Futures team to support communities in addressing complex issues impacting young people and to develop learning opportunities and resources for community change. She values choice and voice and prioritizes the involvement of people with lived experience in community development. -- Kimber s’est récemment jointe à l’équipe de Communautés bâtissant l’avenir des jeunes pour aider les communautés à résoudre les problèmes complexes qui affectent les jeunes, de même que pour aménager des occasions d’apprentissage et développer des ressources pour le changement communautaire. Elle accorde une grande importance à la possibilité de faire des choix et de s’exprimer, et considère qu’il est prioritaire d’impliquer les personnes ayant vécu des expériences en développement communautaire.

Recent Posts

Designing a Commitment to Youth Engagement

Posted by Kimber Kunimoto on August 7, 2020

I came to community change work as a young person with lived experience. I wanted to find community where my peers and other young people felt empowered and heard. I wanted to see youth as leaders and young people given the space to create and innovate. I came to community change work to ignite a shift in how lived experienced is viewed, from less than, to being valuable expertise.

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Announcing the 2019/20 CBYF Community Innovation Fund Recipients

Posted by Kimber Kunimoto on July 23, 2020

Tamarack Institute’s Communities Building Youth Futures is proud to announce the recipients of our 2019-2020 Community Innovation Fund. See below for a full list of funding recipients, including project descriptions.  Read More

Youth Guiding Youth to Virtual Work

Posted by Kimber Kunimoto on July 6, 2020

Having closely monitored the impacts of COVID-19 on the Canadian labour market, Statistics Canada announced in March 2020 that employment in Canada fell by more than 1 million, with the fastest rate of decline across age groups being young people aged 15 to 24. 

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Reflections on the #ImpactCOVID Online Youth Summit

Posted by Kimber Kunimoto on May 28, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic developed, it became apparent to me that no sector was ready for what might come. With rapid change, we are all navigating a new path together and while we don’t know what the future holds, I take comfort in that young people are coming together to address the current needs and prepare for a new world.

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