Dignity for All is a multi-partner, non-partisan campaign co-organized by Citizens for Public Justice, Canada Without Poverty, and Campaign 2000 with a vision to create a poverty-free and more socially secure and cohesive Canada.

Founders and Partners

Canada Without Poverty (formerly the National Anti-Poverty Organization) is an incorporated not-for-profit, non-partisan, member-based organization dedicated to the eradication of poverty in Canada.

Citizens for Public Justice is a national organization of members inspired by faith to act for justice in Canada by shaping key public policy debates through research and analysis, publishing and public dialogue.

Campaign 2000 is a network of national, regional and local partner organizations that actively work on child/family poverty from diverse perspectives.

Other campaign partners and supporters include:

Anglican Church of Canada, Canadian Association of Social Workers, Canadian Federation of University Women, Canadian Public Health Association, Canadian Labour Congress, Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Union of Public Employees, Food Banks Canada, Food Secure Canada, Freedom 90 Union, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Public Service Alliance of Canada, Right to Housing Coalition and YWCA of Canada. View the complete list of members (11,600+) here.

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Poverty in Canada

There is no excuse for poverty in a society as wealthy as ours. The consequences are far reaching and impact ... Read More


See below for some suggested research and reports on poverty-related issues in Canada. Links are arranged chronologically and by topic. Poverty ... Read More

Campaign Supporters

13,169 people and organizations have supported the Dignity for All campaign. Find out who ... Read More