The Social Solidarity Economy English-Speaking Network (SEEnet) is an RDN initiative to promote the participation of Québec province’s English speakers in the social solidarity economy.
We’ve been hard at work on RDN’s various programs and initiatives. Here’s the update on Core, ERCC, Employment Strategy, SEEnet, and more!
The RDN staff has grown over the last few months! We decided to put together a little infographic to share some fun facts about the team.
We’re thrilled to have launched our new Social Economy Mentorship-Internship program, intended to empower social entrepreneurs from all over the province of Québec.
In each RDN newsletter, we’ll highlight one of our 18 member organizations. For this first installment, we talked with Sharleen Sullivan, the executive director of Neighbours.
In early June, representatives of RDN visited one of our member organizations, the Council for Anglophone Magdalen Islanders (CAMI) in the Magdalen Islands, Québec.
Québec is a world leader in the social economy yet the English-speaking community has been much less involved.RDN is about to change all this with its SEEnet initiative.
The Regional Development Network took a major step towards supporting the development of regional English-speaking communities across Quebec with the hiring of its first executive director.