Every year in October, the Réseau Québécois de l’action communautautaire autonome, dedicates a week to celebrating and supporting the Health, Education, Family, and Social Services community actors that are the backbone of our society.
From October 16 to 23, the RQ-ACA’s National Autonomous Community Action Week (#NACAW) will highlight the crucial engagement of the Autonomous Community Action movement, which works relentlessly to build a society where everyone’s rights are fully respected.
This year's edition will be presented under the theme Set our Sights on Social Transformation, and will give us the opportunity to explore the core of the social project that unites us and highlight the collective wealth that animates us to pursue it.
Our community will come together during this week to renew itself and reaffirm its steadfast commitment to social transformation, while reflecting on its unwavering collective engagements as outlined in the Commit to ACA declaration process.
We would like to thank the highly creative Emilie Tremblay for this colourful, dynamic and imaginative visuals.
Eve, our Policy and Partnerships Manager, attended a few events lately, including:
(ft. in photo Left to Right: Dr. Lorraine O'Donnell, chair of the Data Roundtable and Director of Quebec English-speaking, Research Network (QUESCREN) at Concordia University, Riley Dalys-Fine, QCGN's Director of Community Engagement and Strategic Alliances, and Jennifer Cooke, Development Agent with the Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN))