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Tuesday, December 7 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Co-Creation Model: Working Together Towards Community Transformation

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We co-create all the time. In our organizations, we co-create events, programs, policies, and more. We even co-create with our families - shared meals, parties, and working through conflict. But what does co-creation in the Community Development sector look like with actors we don’t often work alongside - government and the private sector?

Co-creation is the practice of bringing multiple stakeholders together to develop policy, programming, and practice that will impact the community in question from beginning to end. This is in contrast to top-down methods of developing policy without the community most impacted. In order to address complex challenges like poverty, we need many stakeholders, perspectives and skill-sets around the table. When the government and the private sector co-creates with CED organizations, the impact and value of policy and programs can increase and deepen.

We can get closer to ending poverty by working together. So what does the experience of atypical cooperation toward addressing poverty look like? Join participants sharing their experiences co-creating between CED organizations, government, and the private sector, and the lessons all community builders need to hear.

Facilitator
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Michael Barkman

Manitoba Public Policy Coordinator, Canadian CED Network
Michael is a life-long Winnipegger, based in Treaty 1 Territory. Michael cares deeply about social, economic, and environmental justice, and believes in collective movements and solutions rooted in the knowledge of local communities. At CCEDNet, Michael’s role focuses on membership... Read More →

Speakers
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Noelle DePape

Community Development Lead, City of Winnipeg, Community Development Division
Noelle DePape has spent her career working, both locally and globally, for more equitable, inclusive and just communities. Whether in her current role in municipal government or her previous leadership roles in community based organizations, such as IRCOM and the Social Planning Council... Read More →
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Aron Skworchinski

Special Projects and Initiatives- Poverty Reduction, City of Winnipeg
Aron Skworchinski is a Métis woman from Winnipeg, Manitoba located in Treaty No. 1 Territory and at the Heart of the National Homeland of the Red River Métis. She currently works in the Community Development Division of Community Services at the City of Winnipeg in the role of Special... Read More →
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Kahla Pretty

Collective Impact Facilitator, Winnipeg Poverty Reduction Council
Kahla holds a Master of City Planning from the University of Manitoba, which she completed in 2020. Throughout her graduate studies, Kahla focused on issues around food insecurity, inequitable access to housing, Indigenous planning, and community development. Her major research project... Read More →


Tuesday December 7, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST