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NBSPRN Monthly Newsletter
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GovMaker Conference

Doodle by Scott MacAfee.

Thank you to all those who attended and made possible the 2016 GovMaker Conference which took place this past Monday and Tuesday. The event was a great success and we look forward to planning next year’s conference. A post-event report will be compiled and shared as soon as it is ready. Keep an eye out for it!


Open Data Atlantic

Open Data Atlantic's mission is to curate and facilitate civic engagement within Atlantic Canada.

What does Civic Engagement mean? Essentially, citizens or organizations that are embracing technology and data to build more efficiency, accountability and transparency in our government systems.
The next meeting will be held on Thursday December 1, 2016 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

More information / Register.
Love Shouldn't Hurt Campaign Launches Videos

On November 28th from 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm, the Love Shouldn’t Hurt Campaign will be launching three videos at five location around the province!
These videos have been designed to educate viewers on how to recognize intimate partner violence as a serious social issue that we call can play a role in ending.

More information.
Social Action Fair

All are invited to be part of this exciting event that celebrates student engagement on social issues that concern them and their communities. The students are from various Indigenous communities in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec and Alberta. Community social justice advocates, politicians and the media are expected to be in attendance.
Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sir James Dunn Hall Cafeteria, St. Thomas University

There will be an opening with an elder, song and smudging at 11:00 am.
The fair will showcase the creative actions that the social work students have designed to engage the public.

More information.
Art Exhibit Opening: "Perspectives" by Renaissance College Students

An art exhibit featuring photographs by Renaissance College students, titled “Perspectives”, will be on display from November 18th to the 30th in the atrium of the Student Union Building at UNB's Fredericton Campus.

Please feel free to drop by any time between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm from November 18th to the 30th. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

More information.
Request for Proposal

Request for proposal for a formal evaluation project
Transition NB: A transition planning program for youth with a mobility disability

This request for proposal invites consultants to submit a proposal to conduct a formal impact evaluation of Ability New Brunswick’s pilot program, Transition NB.

More information.
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Fredericton Community Foundation – Community Fund for Canada’s 150th
Cancer Research Society – Operating Grants Competition
MITACS – Canadian Science Policy Fellowship
Queen Elizabeth Scholars

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