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Natasha Pei

Natasha Pei
Natasha Pei brings online content to life and engages our members in the Vibrant Communities learning centre for poverty reduction. Natasha's involvement with Tamarack began with the Communities First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) project, where she worked as a Research Assistant in the Poverty Reduction Hub, studying effective ways community-campus engagement can be undertaken to have real benefits for the community.

Recent Posts

Engaging youth as leaders in poverty reduction

Posted by Natasha Pei on August 27, 2022

In 2022, the Communities Ending Poverty network raised the following question: How can we engage youth as leaders in poverty reduction efforts?

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Windsor-Essex’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan

Posted by Natasha Pei on July 24, 2022

In 2019, every municipality in Ontario was mandated to develop a Community Safety and Well-Being Plan that would move their activities and investments upstream.

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Quatre changements systémiques pour réduire la pauvreté au Canada

Posted by Natasha Pei on March 16, 2022

Cette ressource est également disponible en anglais. Cliquez ici pour accéder à la page de destination de la version anglaise.

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Four systems changes to reduce poverty in Canada

Posted by Natasha Pei on March 16, 2022

This resource is also available in French. Click here to access the landing page for the French version.

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Transportation: An Affordable and Accessible System in Cape Breton

Posted by Natasha Pei on March 14, 2022

In Cape Breton, NS, a collaborative called the Transportation Innovation Lab has devised transportation solutions to help people living on low income get to school and work at affordable rates and from accessible locations.

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COVID-19 Update and Progress Report

Posted by Natasha Pei on January 31, 2022

A look back through the Communities Ending Poverty (CEP) network’s activities and impacts from 2020 to 2021 reveals that CEP members worked tirelessly to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic as much as possible for their communities. Some even made progress towards ending poverty.

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