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Mark Cabaj and Liz Weaver will lead a three-day workshop intended to provide those who are funding, planning and implementing community change initiatives with an opportunity to learn the latest and most practical evaluation ideas and practices. February 23-25, Toronto ON
Learn how to engage your community and build a common agenda for large scale change.
Join Tamarack Thought Leader Al Etmanski on Thursday March 5, 2015 for a pre-launch webinar and first public discussion on concepts emerging from his soon to be released book, Impact: Six Patterns to Scale Your Social Innovation.
A one-day gathering to connect, learn, and grow the living wage movement across Canada
Join us in Ottawa for this unprecedented gathering that will bring together senior leaders from across the country and beyond to align their efforts and merge their passion for poverty reduction and motivate collective action leading to poverty reduction for 1 million Canadians.
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The WPRC was established in 2008 based on the understanding that no single group or organization can successfully address poverty on its own. For this reason, the WPRC has engaged senior leaders from all sectors in a comprehensive, sustained effort. Membership of the WPRC comes from business, education, non-profit, labour, and all three levels of government.
Early in its formation, the WPRC created an aspiration statement that clearly defines its objective – A City Where Everyone Belongs.
Our volunteers have determined a Framework for Action with 7 strategic directions to...
Saint John’s Poverty Reduction Strategy is championed by Vibrant Communities Saint John’s Leadership Roundtable. The Leadership Roundtable consists of representation from the five Priority Neighbourhoods, three levels of government, the business community, and non-profit organizations. Members of the LRT champion a poverty reduction strategy in the following ways:
Provide input into strategic directions of a poverty reduction strategy
Promote the values and benefits of collaborative approaches to support people in moving from poverty to self reliance
We help grow local poverty reduction efforts by building networks and increasing opportunities for collaboration. Every sector of the community including business; city, provincial and federal governments; social service sector; labour and private citizens have joined Vibrant Surrey.
We incubate community economic development projects that make a real difference in people's lives.
We listen to and learn from all voices in our community.