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Using our work with Hamilton, Ontario’s Neighbourhood Action Strategy as a case example,this webinar will discuss ways of evaluating the planning, implementation, and ultimate outcomes of these kinds of interventions.
The next Getting to Impact Community of Practice Call will feature David Marshall, President of the Réseau Quebecois de Revitilisation Integree, also known as the Quebec Network for Integrated Revitalization.
Join Tamarack's Vice-President Liz Weaver and Michael Ditor, Researcher and Analyst for the Community Data Program to learn about the important role that data can play in highlighting and communicating your local poverty story, and how you can effectively use data for community change.
The next Living Wage Community of Practice (CoP) call will hear about exciting activities from Living Wage Week, and build on the momentum by discussing a national living wage employer certification to drive the living wage movement forwards with a united voice.
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Moving from Charity to Investment is the goal of poverty reduction work in Medicine Hat.
The gap between the rich and poor in Medicine Hat is widening. In 2005, those families in the top 10...
Our goal is to create and help implement a comprehensive plan to prevent, reduce and ultimately end poverty in Alberta. To do this, ICFSP will act as a hub for the exchange and gathering of information from across the province and the nation in order to:
Promote a provincial poverty reduction strategy
Develop policy on poverty reduction
Build inter-governmental networks
Advocate for those living in poverty
We are a new alliance in Leeds & Grenville Ontario. We are convened by the United Way, United Counties and the Health Unit. We have recently completed a theory of change and are establishing a poverty reduction roundtable. We are focused on Health Security, Income Security, Food Security and Housing Security.
Opportunities Waterloo Region, a member of Vibrant Communities Canada, can be a little hard to understand because of how outcomes are achieved.
We don’t provide direct service and we don’t own programs.
Rather, we play a unique role in our regional community by working at a systems level – on root causes.
We act as a regional convener, engaging multiple sectors of the community (business, government, non-profits, and people) and facilitating the efforts necessary to develop and implement comprehensive, community-owned solutions with the goal to provide people with...