Author(s): Shayna Plaut, Sarah Cooper, Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land, Justin Grift, Katharina Maier, Niigaan Sinclair
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The acute and ongoing social, economic, cultural and political impacts of the COVID 19 pandemic cannot be overstated. Health and safety have required collective and social changes to everyday life affecting all members of society. That said, pre-pandemic vulnerability of some households and neighborhoods makes some individuals, families and communities more vulnerable to disaster and upheaval than others (Hilhorst and Bankoff, 2013; Fernandez et al., 2015). Thus, it is no surprise that the COVID 19 emergency is impacting different segments of society, differently. There is a risk that those who were already marginalized are being further marginalized by the effects of COVID 19.  This is acutely evident in the core area of Winnipeg.

Below, watch the launch of this report after the CCPA awards Mitch Bourbonniere the Joseph Zuken Citizen Activist Award for his leadership and working with those involved in the criminal justice system.

Grant: Community-Driven Solutions to Poverty: Challenges and Possibilities - 2020-2027
Category: Community Economic Development, Justice, Safety and Security