Andrew Galley’s research interests include Canadian immigration and citizenship, health care policy and personal health narratives, and combining ethnographic and geographic research methods. He has worked with several government and third-sector institutions in Ontario, including the Natural Health Products Directorate of Health Canada, the Maytree Foundation, and the City of Toronto, where he was recently a Toronto Urban Fellow. He holds a doctorate in Anthropology from McMaster University, a Master’s degree in Medical Anthropology from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Sciences in Biology and Anthropology, also from the University of Toronto.
This report examines the structure of Community Benefits Agreements and the process for developing them in Ontario. It describes leading examples, the current policy landscape, and related strategic considerations.More
This Shifting Gears report is the first to examine how behavioural insights could drive culture change in the public sector. It applies the increasingly prominent ‘nudge’ concept to the public service itself.More