Dignity for All Policy Recommendations

Since its inception in 2009, Dignity for All has held regular policy summits to develop and promote innovative, progressive policy solutions to ensure social and economic security for all Canadians. Representatives from various organizations – including social policy organizations, provincial anti-poverty movements, national associations, faith-based groups, and front-line service agencies – gather to collaborate and learn from leading policy experts and advocates. Together, their policy recommendations form the basis of a model federal plan to reduce, and eventually eliminate, poverty.

Please see below for a summary of recommendations developed to-date.

Labour and Employment - June 2014

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Summit Presentations:

Health – January 2014

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Summit Presentations:

Food Security – December 2012

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Summit Presentations:

Income Security – April 2012

Summit Presentations:

Housing and Homelessness – March 2011

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Early Childhood Education and Care – March 2011

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