Date: February 21, 2017
Topic: Louise Richards will speak to us about housing initiatives in Kamloops, and we will host an update on how BC CoP members can get involved in community consultations to inform a federal poverty reduction strategy.
The BC CoP is a committed group of individuals with a common desire to learn from each other, to enable professional self- development, and to build capacities of their local poverty reduction initiatives. The group comes together to share information, experiences and best practices, strengthen collaboration, and better respond to poverty-related issues in their communities.
By joining this unique Community of Practice you will be able to share your experiences and knowledge in free-flowing and creative ways with other professionals who are working on similar challenges or issues. By engaging in facilitated conversations with your peers, you will uncover new approaches to problems, build your professional skill set, access new ideas and contribute to the transfer of best practices.
The purpose of the BC CoP is to create a space and structured opportunity for BC CoP members to connect, collaborate, and share experiences, best practices and lessons learned pertaining to community-based poverty reduction in BC. Our group is committed to:
Membership in the BC CoP is open to individuals, groups, communities, businesses, and governments engaged in poverty reduction work in British Columbia.
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