#EqualChance Campaign
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ITPO has become official Community Partners with the Institute for Canadian Citizenship on the #EqualChance campaign. This campaign aligns directly with the mission and vision of our organisation and we are happy to help, now in an official capacity! 

The Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) is an international charity that champions inclusion through active citizenship and advocacy. The ICC is building an international coalition to create a world where people, policy, and places are inclusive by default.

 

#EQUALCHANCE – ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN

Despite having met the Canadian standards, internationally trained physicians (ITPs) face undue barriers when trying to practice medicine in Canada. The ICC is launching its #EqualChance campaign, aimed at raising awareness and building support to remove these barriers. The ICC wants to encourage key decision makers and regulators to create an equitable and fair path to medical practice for ITPs in Canada.To learn more visit: inclusion.ca/equalchance and see the media release here.

Get Involved by sharing sharing sharing!

  1. Copy and Paste your Captions and Click to Download any of the following social media resources! (The following steps are already included for you if you choose to use these captions. Otherwise please include them if you are using your own caption.)

  2. Use the hashtag #EqualChance

  3. Tag ITPO by using @itpostrong on FB or Twitter and tag the official ITPO LinkedIn page as well! 

  4. Tag the Institute for  Canadian Citizenship by using @inclusion_ca on Twitter, @inclusion.ca on FB or Instagram; tag the official page on LinkedIn.

  5. Not sure what to say? We've got the captions covered too! See below!

COPY AND PASTE YOUR CAPTIONS!

 

Tweet 

Canada has a shortage of doctors, yet thousands of internationally trained medical doctors are prevented from working in their field. @inclusion_ca wants to give all doctors an #EqualChance to support your health. @itpostrong #cdnhealth #cdnpoli Learn more: https://bit.ly/3hy2khk

 

Tweet

Thousands of internationally trained doctors living in Canada with credentials are being prevented from working in their field. @inclusion_ca wants to give all doctors an #EqualChance to practice medicine in Canada. @itpostrong #cdnhealth #cdnpoli Show your support: https://bit.ly/3hy2khk

 

Tweet

Canada has a shortage of doctors, yet thousands of immigrants with recognized medical credentials are prevented from working in their field. Raise your voice with @inclusion_ca to give all doctors an #EqualChance to work. @itpostrong #cdnhealth #cdnpoli Learn more: https://bit.ly/3hy2khk

 

Facebook

Canada needs doctors, yet thousands of internationally trained medical doctors living in this country are prevented from working in their field. @inclusion.ca wants to give all doctors an #EqualChance to work. @itpostrong #cdnhealth #cdnpoli Show your support: https://bit.ly/3hy2khk

 

LinkedIn

71% of Canadians agree that there are not enough licensed medical professionals in their community. Canada needs doctors, yet thousands of internationally trained medical doctors living is this country are prevented from working in their field. The Institute for Canadian Citizenship in partnership with Internationally Trained Physicians of Ontario wants to give all doctors an #EqualChance to work. Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3hy2khk