Reimagining Community Development Post COVID-19

It is a pleasure to be writing to you today to invite you to be part of an upcoming event, Reimagining Community Development Post COVID-19, taking place Friday, June 16, 2023, from 4:30 pm to 6 pm – Rideau Hub – 815 St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa ON K1K 3A7, at the Cafeteria hall.

This event is being hosted by our community partners The Social Planning Council of Ottawa. This event will also be the launch of the new initiative coming out of SPCO “G7 – Grassroots Ethno-cultural Groups Collective Impact”

We recognize and respect how valuable your time is and would like to offer this invitation to give you ample time to consider joining us and our partners at SPCO. We are aware of your commitment to influencing systems change, community development, and contributing to an equitable city. We believe that your knowledge and experience, along with the panelists and participants in the discussion will be instrumental in finding effective solutions to these challenges.

Key focus areas for the event will include:

  1. Leveraging Technology for Community Development – Presenter, Dianne Urquhart (SPC – Digital Equity Ottawa)

  2. The Role of Local Governments in Community Development – Presenter, Stéphanie Plante (Councillor – Ward 12 Rideau-Vanier)

  3. Strategies for Supporting Vulnerable Communities After the Covid-19 Crisis – Presenter, Tammy Corner (Ottawa Community Development Framework)

  4. The Role of Public Health in Supporting Community Development Post Covid-19 – Presenter, Nuradiin Mohamud (OPH: ACB Community Mental Health)

  5. Building Resilience Through Collaborative Community Development – Presenter, Rebecca Aird (Ottawa Community Foundation)

  6. Social Investment: Community wealth building for Community Development – Presenter, Henry Akanko (United Way East Ontario)

This event will be moderated and recorded for the SPCO’s social media pages including Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. 

For more information, click here!


Juin 16 2023


4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

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