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Why Inclusion Matters

9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Portsmouth
Olympic Harbour

The Ontario Inclusion Learning Network* in partnership with
the Social Planning Council of Kingston & Area, Kingston Interval House,
Katarokwi Native Friendship Centre, KFL&A Children's Services Steering
Committee, Volunteer Information Kingston, 
Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition, Molly Brant Foundation, Kingston
Not-for-Profit Housing Association, AWARE - Action on Women's Addictions:
Research and Education Invite you to this seminar.

In the morning, hear women's personal stories and the
importance of an inclusion framework. In the afternoon, listen to a
presentation and then discuss how inclusion offers a new approach to public
health practice. Join us to share, network and develop our collective thinking.
Take the opportunity to learn about and offer your input on a draft policy
paper on inclusion and public health.

All Are Welcome

For a more detailed agenda or to RSVP contact John Osborne,
Social Planning Council of Kingston & Area, at (613) 546-2843 or spc@spckingston.ca.

A pre-registration package will be emailed to all attending. 

* Members: Social Planning Network of Ontario, Ontario
Healthy Communities Coalition, Ontario Women's Health Network, Community Living
Ontario, Ontario AIDS Network, Cancer Care Ontario, Ontario Prevention Clearing
House, Canadian Cancer Society (Ontario Division), People For Education,
Ontario Healthy Schools Coalition.

This event is made possible by a grant from the Public
Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) Ontario Region. The opinions expressed in this
presentation do not necessary reflect the official views of the PHAC.