The phrase, "nothing about us without us" has become a common call among groups experiencing poverty and other intersecting forms of systemic oppression. But what does meaningful consultation and accountability look like in practice? This webinar will explore key considerations to ensure that the people most affected by policy decisions, but most often excluded from these discussions, play an integral role in ongoing processes of development, implementation, and evaluation of strategies to address poverty in Canada.
Sue Gwynn, Poverty Talks! (Calgary, AB)
Paul Bailey, Black Health Alliance (Toronto, ON)
Moderator: Natalie Appleyard, Dignity for All & Citizens for Public Justice (Ottawa, ON)