Monday, September 28, 2009

Judy Rebick - Interview - Should be applied to CAS's

Judy Rebick was interviewed by Peacock Poverty. The interview covers the way people should organize when dealing with agencies and other issues, however this directly applies to Children's Aid Societies.

The interview opens with the following introduction and you can click on the link at the end to read the entire article to get inspired. The Foster Care Council of Canada will also be looking into ways of organization local families and community members for each region a Children's Aid Society has jurisdiction over in time thanks to Peacock Poverty and to Judy Rebick.

"Judy Rebick is a well-known social justice activist, writer, broadcaster and speaker. She is currently the CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy at Ryerson University, and the founding publisher of rabble.ca, Canada’s most popular independent online news and discussion site.” source www.nsb.com

“Transforming Power is the result of the last two or three years of Rebick’s travels around the world looking for new approaches to political and social action and her life time of experience as an activist. Rebick hopes it will inspire dialogue and action about the new paths to social change that we need to transform and create a better world.” source www.nsb.com
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http://www.peacockpoverty.org/?p=1203

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