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19 October 2021,     OTTAWA
Policy Options launches new journalism fellowship
The Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) has launched the Accenture Editorial Fellowship on the Future of the Public Service. The fellow, journalist Kathryn May, will write for the IRPP's award-winning digital magazine Policy Options.

            The two-year fellowship will cover the social, economic, and technological challenges and opportunities facing Canadian public servants. These include the transition to digital government; post-pandemic shifts in workplace norms; the pursuit of equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization; and the modernization of hiring and training.

            Kathryn May covered the federal public service for 25 years for the Ottawa Citizen and iPolitics, and as a contributor to the National Observer, Policy Options, and others. She won a 2007 National Newspaper Award for her work.

            Founded in 1972, the Institute for Research on Public Policy is an independent, national, bilingual, not-for-profit organization that conducts research, and provides insight into current and emerging policy issues.

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