Renforcer les communautés

Supporter le développement social à travers le changement

Les conseils de développement social

Les conseils de développement social existent pour bâtir et renforcer les communautés. Leur mission se concentre sur l’impact social et économique sur les individus, les familles et la communauté en général.

Notre vision

Une communauté saine, déterminée et bénéfique pour tous.

Notre mission

Le CDS favorise le changement social positif grâce au soutien, à l’innovation et à la facilitation.

Dernières nouvelles

Vibrant Community Rountable – February 7th @ OPG (1-3pm)

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We will host the inaugural Vibrant Community Roundtable on February 7, 2018 at the Ontario Power Generation Visitor Centre.

Community leaders from business and non-profit sectors, as well as civic representatives from Akwesasne, Cornwall and the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry have been invited to participate in the session designed to address complex societal issues like poverty and community livability, build a constituency working towards change and encourage collaborative ways of working.

Liz Weaver, Co-CEO of the Tamarack Institute, a Waterloo-based organization that facilitates positive community change, will lead the session and deliver a keynote on building community vibrancy. Weaver will introduce the core elements of the collective impact framework as a mechanism for advancing community vibrancy and will highlight other communities that have enjoyed success with these types of collective efforts.

The afternoon session will also include a presentation by Dr. Paul Roumeliotis, Medical Officer of Health, Eastern Ontario Health Unit, focusing on local statistics and relevant data which is inhibiting the building of community vibrancy.

Following the presentations, community leaders will enter into the roundtable phase, discussing considerations for building a vibrant communities Cornwall, Akwesasne and SDG, identifying their priority issues and outlining next steps. The intention is to hold quarterly meetings moving forward to continue the dialogue.

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Basic Income Forum — April 25th @ OPG (9am until noon)

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What is it?  Will it make a difference?  Join us for the discussion!

Guest speakers:

Rob Rainer:  Rob will speak to the meaning of basic income, to key principles for a truly progressive basic income in Canada, to options for funding a decent basic income, and to responding to key objections to basic income.

John Stapleton:  John will review the current income system and some of the problems it faces along with a profile of who is poor in Canada.

Richard Shillington:  Richard will highlight the arguments for a Basic Income as well as highlight the problems/hurdles one faces in implementing such a system.

TO REGISTER: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/basic-income-forum-tickets-43836664644

Basic Income Forum Poster – April 25, 2018

Merci à nos supporters

Présentement, le CDS est financé par la Fondation Trillium de l’Ontario pour un terme de 2 ans.

Le CDS souhaite remercier la Fondation Trillium de l’Ontario pour son support!

Le Social Planning Network of Ontario (SPNO) est une coalition de conseils de planification sociale (CPS/CDS), de conseils de développement social (CDS), de centres de ressources et de comités de planification de diverses communautés à travers l’Ontario. Chacune des différentes organisations a son propre mandat, mais elles sont toutes reliées à la cause pour le changement des politiques, conditions et problèmes sociaux.
www.spno.ca

De récents fonds municipaux furent rendus disponibles au CDS par la ville de Cornwall et le ministère provincial des services sociaux et communautaires.