This is an exciting time for Nova Scotia ACORN as we continue to strengthen our membership base and raise our profile in our shared communities. Our work by, and for, those impacted by poor income assistance policies and the deplorable conditions of rental housing continues to be a central focal point of our work.
The calls of our membership for safe, affordable, and sustainable policies within a human rights framework have been noted in local media and at educational events, but there is much work to be done.
NS ACORN recognizes that the strength of our work and our fight for justice is dependent on the strength of our membership, and the voices of those impacted by policy. Therefore, our immediate focus will continue to be on amplifying these voices by building on our membership base, fostering partnerships in the community, and building on our foundation of equality, justice and community.