Dignity for All, a multi-partner, non-partisan campaign co-organized by Citizens for Public Justice and Canada Without Poverty has created a place where Canadians can easily share their input on Canada's Poverty Reduction Strategy.
In order to help people with this part of the consultation, Dignity for All has developed materials that outline the framework and policies that could make up a comprehensive national strategy. This can be used as a guide or simply be a starting off point in understanding the complexities of poverty eradication.
For more information and to fill our their simple web form visit Dignity for All.
If you're interested in learning more about the consultation the Canadian government launched this February visit their website for the variety of ways every day Canadians can be engaged in the process including discussion forums, a place to share your personal stories and surveys designed to get to the heart of the Canadian experience of poverty.
Join the conversation but don't just stop there, share this information far and wide, Canadian voices deserve to be heard. Together we can ensure that the National Poverty Reduction Strategy is shaped in such a way that all people have the opportunity to provide for themselves and their families.