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Wellcome to Bill and Shawni
Bienvenue à Bill et Shawni

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Upcoming Events
Événements à venir
September | septembre
Université de Moncton Career Fair
Université de Moncton Salon de carrière

Career Fair at UNB
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Seulement en anglais

October | octobre
CRDCN 2013 Conference
Conférence du RCCDR 2013

Overcoming Poverty Together 2: ESIC Dialogue Sessions
Ensemble pour vaincre la pauvreté 2: SIES séances de dialogue

Chronic Condition 
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CAG2013: Aging
ACG2013 : Le vieillissement

Enhancing Diversity in an Innovative Workplace Session

AAU Teaching Showcase 2013
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November | novembre
2e Colloque international sur les TIC en éducation - Appel à contributions
only in French

The Art of Hosting: Conversations that Matter
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Passeport pour la recherche
only in French

We are seeking contributors to the SPRN blog. Accepting articles, up to 1000 words, relevant to policy development or research, events, or policy issues. Articles will appear on our new website and in the newsletter. There currently are more than 720 subscribers.

Nous sommes à la recherche de contributeurs au blogue du RRPSNB. Nous acceptons les articles (jusqu'à 1000 mots) traitant de l'élaboration de politiques ou de la recherche sur les politiques, d'événements qui s'y rapportent ou d'enjeux stratégiques. Les articles paraîtront sur notre site Web et dans notre bulletin. Notre base de données compte présentement plus de 720 inscriptions.
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Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3

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Member Spotlight | Membre en vedette
Kylie de Chastelain
Undergraduate Student at Mount Allison University             Etudiante universitaire à Mount Allison University 

Winner of the Best Oral Presentation at SURF/ Vainqueure de la meilleure présentation orale à SURF

Mount Allison University
Read the interview here
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" I spent the summer critically examining colonial norms and hidden curriculum in Canadian classrooms - and specifically how these realities impact Aboriginal students and their educational experiences."
<< J’ai passé l’été à examiner les normes coloniales et le curriculum caché dans les salles de classe canadienne – et plus précisément comment ces réalités affectent les étudiants autochtones et l’impact de leurs expériences éducatives.>>
Welcome to our New Staff / Bienvenue à notre nouveau personnel 
Bienvenue!                                      Welcome!

We would like to welcome Bill MacKenzie, the new Director of Strategic Partnerships.  He has held a number of senior policy and strategic planning roles in the New Brunswick Departments of Agriculture and Social Development.  Some of his past experiences have included the following policy areas: agri-food sector development and competitiveness, trade policy, early childhood development, child welfare, seniors care, services for persons with disabilities, social assistance, housing and poverty reduction.  Bill has had the opportunity to work with many community groups, researchers and non-governmental organizations.  He looks forward to continuing to do so in his new role, as it is only through successful collaboration that we can be effective in advancing social policy in New Brunswick.

We would like to send our best wishes and good-byes to Charlotte Burhoe, our past Administrative Coordinator.  Thank you Charlotte for all of your hard work and contribution.  We greatly appreciate your dedication and assistance to NBSPRN activities, staff and membership.
We would also like to welcome Shawni Beaulieu as our new administrative coordinator........Read the rest     Lire la suite

Resources | Ressources
Opportunities | Opportunités

More news items can be found on our website.
Pour de plus amples éléments d’actualité, veuillez consulter notre site web

The New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network is proud to announce that two Université de Moncton researchers, Mr. Leyla Sall of the Department of Sociology and Ms. Julie Caissie, PhD student with the Faculty of Education and holder of a research excellence grant from the Fondation Baxter & Alma Ricard, will be joining the Social Enterprise and Community Investment Funds Advisory Committee.

The Social Enterprise and Community Investment Funds Advisory Committee was created by the New Brunswick Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation (ESIC) to implement the New Brunswick poverty reduction plan, Overcoming Poverty Together, and to ensure the implementation of poverty reduction initiatives at the community level.

In the plan, entitled Overcoming Poverty Together, it is deemed that social enterprises and community investments are among the most promising vectors for helping New Brunswickers deal with the many problems related to poverty and for encouraging economic growth. As such, the Advisory Committee for Social Enterprise and Community Investment Funds was formed. Its mandate is to develop a strategic framework for supporting social innovation. The Committee is made up of representatives of the New Brunswick Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation and professionals from a variety of organizations (non-profits and businesses) from across the province.....Read more    Lire la suite

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