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Overcoming Poverty Together
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Overcoming Poverty Together

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New Brunswick Non-Profit Housing Association Annual conference 2013 …

New Brunswick Non-Profit Housing Association Annual conference 2013

Presented by the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation

Published in: Business, Economy & Finance
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  • 1. Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation Société d’inclusion économique et sociale
  • 2. 22 ACTIONS 3 SEGMENTS Being Becoming Belonging
  • 3. RENEWAL Be there! 12 Dialogues
  • 4. Region 1 Westmorland Albert Community Inclusion Network Region 2 Vibrant Communities Saint John Region 3 Greater Fredericton Community Inclusion Network Region 4 North-West Community Inclusion Network Region 5 Restigouche Community Inclusion Network Region 6 Chaleur Community Inclusion Network Region 7 Northumberland Community Inclusion Network Region 8 Charlotte County Community Inclusion Network/ Region 9 Inclusion Network Central New Brunswick Region 10 Carleton-Victoria Social Inclusion Network/ Region 11 Kent Community Inclusion Network Region 12 Community Inclusion Network Acadian Peninsula ESIC Toll Free: 1-888-295-4545 www.gnb.ca/poverty
  • 5. Mandate : To develop, oversee, coordinate and implement strategic initiatives and plans to reduce poverty and assist thousands of New Brunswickers to become more self- sufficient.
  • 6. Board of Directors 1 President, 4 Gov Ministers, 1 opposition MLA, 4 representatives each from business and non-profits and 8 citizens Advisory Committee on Health Benefits Advisory Committee on Social Assistance Reform Advisory Committee for Social Enterprise and Community Investment Funds President: Léo-Paul Pinet Co-Chairs: Hon. Dorothy Shephard (gov.) Gerry Pond (business) Brian Duplessis (non-profit) Monique Richard (citizens) ESIC Team Executive Director: Stéphane Leclair Manager – Resources Development: Althea Arsenault Coordinators – Community Inclusion Networks: Christine Bourgoin and Scott MacAffee Coordinator - Communications and special projects: Marc Gosselin Administrative Assistant: Nathalie Badeau Economic and Social Inclusion Act Assented to April 16, 2010
  • 7. Be there!Being Becoming Belonging

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