A webinar with Mayor Don Iveson
Edmonton is about to find out what it would take to end poverty in a generation. Their 22-person Task Force, led by Mayor Don Iveson, has set the lofty goal of ending poverty in a generation. Watch the webinar here.
A Guided Tour of Economic Security in the Poverty Reduction Movement
Follow along with our webinar as Michael Toye, Canadian CED Network and Annette Case, Center for Community Economic Development discuss how to raise awareness and build the public will to find solutions that will achieve meaningful solutions for communities and families.
An Introduction to Vibrant Communities, by Liz Weaver
How do we think about poverty? How do our communities think about poverty? These are the answers we need to understand to create an local, inclusive poverty reduction strategy.
A Retrospect on Poverty Reduction in Canada, and Crucial Next Steps for Change
In this webinar with James Hughes, Celeste Licorish, Bhavana Varma and Paul Born, we explore how poverty reduction initiatives at three levels have developed and grown, what our challenges are now, and explore how we can collaboratively move forward with poverty reduction.
Filling the data gap
Tamarack presents: Sherri Torjman and Anne Makhoul of Caledon Institute for Social Policy impress the importance of good quality data and teach us how to navigate the newly launched compendium of Canada's socioeconomic information
A Webinar with Mark Cabaj
View the webinar: Mark Cabaj gives us an introduction to Cities Reducing Poverty's common evaluation method. We touch on the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework, community data sharing, and what our evaluation will look like moving forwards as a national network.
Learn about best practices and lessons learned in positioning some of the most challenging social issues of the day, from poverty and literacy, to addiction and housing first. Positioning, persistence, consistency, and simplicity.
Promise Heights and B'More for Healthy Babies
This hour-long session provides insight on key insights from Baltimore's neighbourhood organizers, on engaging low-income families to take leadership and make decisions.
Seminar on core competencies for conducting a community engagement effort, with Chris Soderquist
This session will introduce an integrated set of adaptive learning competencies that are essential for generating effective, collective, community impact. These competencies are: systems thinking, conversational capacity, and 'yes to the mess'.
On this webinar, Mark Holmgren and Mark Cabaj discuss the emerging innovation of a Game Changer approach to poverty reduction strategy and evaluation.
Creating pathways out of poverty for families in the Alberta Capital Region
In this webinar, Anne and Anna shared a terrific overview of how United Way of the Alberta Capital Region is working towards a goal that will create pathways out of poverty for 1,000 families.
A webinar recording with Prosper Canada and (Calgary's) Momentum
Prosper Canada and Momentum introduce the five pillars of Prosper Canada's financial empowerment framework. Learn why financial empowerment is crucial to poverty reduction, and hear about Momentum's experiences with implementing this strategy in Calgary.
Join Deena Ladd and Laura Cattari to learn how the Workers’ Action Centre is zoning in on six critical areas of change, and how you can get involved in the movement to enhance labour standards and workers’ rights.
A webinar, dialogue, and resource list
Find the webinar recording with Cities Reducing Poverty members, Joanna Brown, Alex Henderson, and Janice Dunbar, as they explore successful community solutions to rural transportation issues in New Brunswick. Listen to the webinar, dive into the follow-up discussion, and explore...
Webinar recording now online
In this webinar recording Ben Hecht, CEO and President of Living Cities and Mark Holmgren, Director of Vibrant Communities, discuss how to build cities that are resilient, engaging and proactively achieving dramatically better results for low income residents.