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CASE STUDY | Authentic Engagement: A Learning Journey

Community Engagement, Case Studies, Natasha Pei, Cities Reducing Poverty

Even the best laid plans often go awry. Poverty is messy and complex and the process of finding solutions to poverty will be too. A collaborative in Halifax began their journey toward poverty solutions, and along the way, delved into the true meaning of authentic community engagement.

This case study highlights a comprehensive local community engagement plan, as well as its pitfalls, and exemplifies how being open to the toughest feedback is amongst the most important aspects of the journey.

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