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New report proposes a targeted policy intervention to help boost savings and build assets among lower- and modest-income Canadians.
British Columbia has a chance to improve sharply the effectiveness of its child benefits for low-income families for relatively little cost.
This month, we’re sharing some work from the archives on why data matters and how Canada can fix its data deficit. You’ll also read about our new blog series on rights-based participation in policy-making and meet our new Director of Policy and Research.
Maytree’s new Director of Policy and Research reflects on why the next era of social policy development must put social and economic rights at the heart of policy.
The idea that people with lived experience of poverty should be directly involved in the decision-making processes that affect their lives is becoming widely accepted.
In this session, Certified Professional Facilitator Dr. Rebecca Sutherns offered five practical ideas for running purposeful and engaging meetings.
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