Dear DfA supporters,
It is with mixed emotions that we are announcing the closing of the Dignity for All campaign. We are extremely grateful for the support of the hundreds of organizers, participants, and partners over more than a decade, and hope we can stay engaged through new partnerships and initiatives.
We are proud of what we have accomplished together as Dignity for All – notably, the legislation of Canada’s first National Poverty Reduction Strategy and the National Housing Strategy, as well as ongoing pressure to honour the rights of people experiencing poverty.
To this day, Dignity for All has continued to call for increased federal ambition and rights-based approaches to eradicating – not just reducing – poverty in Canada. While we know there is still much work to be done, we feel it is time to close this chapter of Dignity for All and look for new ways to work together.
We are excited for new partnerships, projects, and campaigns to come, and hope you will continue to join Dignity for All co-leads, Citizens for Public Justice, Canada Without Poverty, and Campaign 2000 as we look for new ways to connect, convene, and co-conspire for a poverty-free Canada.
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Read the full Farewell Statement.