People’s Review Panel: Getting the Ontario Social Assistance Review issues straight… from people with lived experience of poverty
Anne Makhoul and Richard Matern,
A People’s Review Panel composed of 18 members from across Ontario will provide input into Ontario’s Social Assistance Review. People with lived experience of poverty are working with Voices from the Street and Daily Bread Food Bank to record, analyze and summarize the policy barriers which currently impede them.
ISBN - 1-55382-498-9
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