Paul Kershaw, UBC Professor and founder of Generation Squeeze, talks about the issues of affordability that different generations are facing. Paul talks about how mobilizing and showing up can impact change.
Recorded at RED Talks 2017 in Vancouver BC, Canada
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About Paul Kershaw
Paul Kershaw is the Founder of the Generation Squeeze campaign. A University of BC professor, public speaker, volunteer, and regular media contributor, Kershaw is one of Canada’s top thinkers about generational equity. Canadian Family magazine describing him as “the ‘Generation Squeeze’ guru.”
A multi-award winning researcher and educator, Paul is “armed with a laptop and a raft of statistics,” who is spreading out with tens of thousands across the country to ensure Canada works for all generations. At the University of BC, Kershaw is a policy professor in the School of Population and Public Health and faculty member of the Human Early Learning Partnership.