News and Announcements

Learn More About ESPC In The News, News Releases, and General News About The Organization.

PREVIOUS LUNCH AND LEARN TALKS

November 19th, 2013 Topic: Preventing Gender Violence in Edmonton Speaker: Melanie Lintott, Coordinator, University of Alberta Student Union's Gender Based Violence Prevention Project Description: Our guest speaker will describe the Gender Based Violence...

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Children’s Charter Public Consultations

In September, the Edmonton Social Planning Council spoke to marginalized groups and social service sector employees in Edmonton to learn more about their experiences with poverty and what they would like to see in the Government of Alberta's forthcoming Children's...

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2013 AGM Minutes in Brief

For those of you who missed our Annual General Meeting on May 8, here's a recap of the evening's highlights! Minutes in Brief: Recap of the 2013 Annual General Meeting Vasant Chotai, President of the Edmonton Social Planning Council, convened the meeting and welcomed...

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National News

PREVIOUS LUNCH AND LEARN TALKS

November 19th, 2013 Topic: Preventing Gender Violence in Edmonton Speaker: Melanie Lintott, Coordinator, University of Alberta Student Union's Gender Based Violence Prevention Project Description: Our guest speaker will describe the Gender Based Violence...

read more

Children’s Charter Public Consultations

In September, the Edmonton Social Planning Council spoke to marginalized groups and social service sector employees in Edmonton to learn more about their experiences with poverty and what they would like to see in the Government of Alberta's forthcoming Children's...

read more

2013 AGM Minutes in Brief

For those of you who missed our Annual General Meeting on May 8, here's a recap of the evening's highlights! Minutes in Brief: Recap of the 2013 Annual General Meeting Vasant Chotai, President of the Edmonton Social Planning Council, convened the meeting and welcomed...

read more

Local News

Subscribe to our Email and NewslettersWhen you subscribe to our email list, you can expect a modest number of updates from the Edmonton Social Planning Council, which will include notices of new reports and publications, upcoming events, mentions of ESPC in the news, as well as selected announcements from our partner organizations.

The strength of our voice is dependent on the support of people and organizations concerned about social issues; people like you! The Edmonton Social Planning Council is a non-profit charitable organization that is funded by personal donations, memberships, and project funders.  If you would like to be more involved please consider a membership, donation or becoming a volunteer.