Press Release – COMVOICES
Collective Impact was given ten years of funding to explore poverty reduction across 13 Canadian cities. They forecast they’d have a positive impact on the lives of 5000 people. In fact they affected the lives of 202,000 people!
Collective Impact is a framework and body of practice using multi-sector approaches to work on community change efforts that are focussed on the complex and often intractable problems of poverty, educational achievement and neighbourhood revitalisation.
Canadian Liz Weaver, Vice-President of Tamarack – an Institute for Community Engagement based in Ontario – was here in New Zealand recently talking about the power and benefits of the Collective Impact process. Read more »