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Nelson at its Best drives successful poverty reduction strategy implementation

Posted by Jill Zacharias on September 29, 2022

Following the launch of their poverty reduction strategy in 2021, Nelson at its Best (NAIB) is leading successful implementation through targeted collaboration with community partners.

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Putting Knowledge into Action in a (Post)-COVID World

Posted by Jim Cresswell on September 26, 2022

This blog post is the second in a two-part series of posts by Jim Cresswell, PhD, in relation to the COVID 19 and the Newly Vulnerable initiative. Click here to see the first post in this series.

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Rethinking capacity as a way to empower those living with poverty

Posted by Jim Cresswell on September 12, 2022

This blog post is the first in a two-part series of posts by Jim Cresswell, PhD, in relation to the COVID 19 and the Newly Vulnerable initiative. Click here to see the second post in this series.

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City of Vancouver embeds equity and anti-racism into its poverty-reduction plan

Posted by City of Vancouver on August 30, 2022

The City of Vancouver is defined by its natural surroundings, strong economy and diverse population. They envision a city where those who are marginalized most are neither excluded from care, nor an opportunity for flourishing. Rather, they are systemically prioritized for it.

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Centering Anti-Racist and Equity Frameworks in Anti-Poverty Work

Posted by Tamarack Institute on July 25, 2022

In response to learning requests from several Communities Ending Poverty (CEP) members, Vibrant Communities hosted two conversations that explored how CEP members were developing, implementing, and centering anti-racist and equity frameworks in their anti-poverty work.

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Saskatoon adopts a bold anti-racist and equity-building approach to ending poverty

Posted by Alison Homer on July 25, 2022

The Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership (SPRP) recognizes poverty as a complex interconnected issue.

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