Please join us for the inaugural CBU Anti-Poverty Conference
Communities Building Hope, Action Agenda to Reduce Poverty on Cape Breton Island
The conference will feature the inaugural Margaret Dechman Lecture with keynote speaker
Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed. A public-health specialist physician and passionate advocate for the role of public health in advancing health equity. To view the detailed conference agenda, please visit the schedule page.
October 28 & 29, 2021
CBU Multi-Purpose Room or Join Online
General Admission (In-person or Online) $50
Student Ticket (In-person or Online) $25
Basic Income Session – Free Livestream
A livestream of the Basic Income session will be open to the public, free of charge. The session will be livestreamed on cbubuildinghope.ca at 3:45pm on October 28.
Individuals with lived-experience are encouraged to attend. Limited sponsorship may be possible for those for whom registration cost poses a barrier. For more information contact Judy Kelley email@example.com
or Jane Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
All persons attending the Communities Building Hope – Action Agenda to Reduce Poverty in Cape Breton are required to comply with the Nova Scotia’s government policies on proof of vaccination. You will be required to show proof of vaccination and an accepted ID at the conference registration desk. For further details on these requirements the website can be found here