Play It Fair Program Analysis

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The paper begins by setting the context of Montreal where the Play it Fair program started. Montreal is the second largest metropolitan city in Canada. Based on the latest Statistics Canada survey, there are about 3 824 221 people in the Greater Montreal area. It is one of the most diverse cities in Canada comprising 30% of the population born outside the country and 26 % part of the visible minority. The city of Montreal hosts 75% of Quebec immigrants. 53.6% speak French as their mother tongue, 12.8% speak English and 33.6% speak another language. In 2004, 13 municipalities merged to become the City of Montreal. In this process, a participatory consultation of Montreal Charter of Rights and Responsibilities occurred. One of these many rights …show more content…
First, it is efficient because it prioritizes increasing the number of staff trained in a given partner organization. PiF officers either conduct the training with the help of supervisors or managers from the partner organization or they let these supervisors or managers trained their own staff. This is rooted in the idea that by training the trainers, Equitas helps the partner organization to increase their productivity. The more front-line staff are trained in the use of the toolkit, the more they are able to incorporate group discussion skills and conflict resolution techniques to their work, which would improve their job …show more content…
They also do follow-up through phone calls and emails for troubleshooting and to monitor the progress of the program. This allows PiF staff to make necessary interventions and adjustments to the program, which ensures targets are being met through a collaborative process. Local partners can ask to receive more promotional materials, extra toolkits, or training as deemed necessary. In the end, the local partner decides what is best for their organization and how they can make better use of the PiF program. The PiF officers do not have the final say on what to do, however, they ensure that the local partners develop their own strategies to promote human rights, encourage a space of dialogue, and reinforce the ability of front-line workers to intervene and prevent bullying, intimidation, and conflicts encountered during camp and after-school program. What matters for PiF officers is that the partner organization keeps the educational approach and adapts the game to their

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