Community Action Fair showcasing the work of STU Social Work students

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June 21, 2018 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Great Hall, George Martin Hall, St. Thomas University
51 Dineen Dr
Fredericton, NB E3B 5G3
Marilyn Dupre or Tracy Glynn

STU social work students are doing excellent and exciting work with various organizations in Fredericton and beyond. We hope that you will be able to join us the Community Action Fair that will showcase their work. The fair is happening Thursday, June 21 at 1:30pm to 3:30pm at Great Hall, George Martin Hall, St. Thomas University.

The social work students are working on stopping intimate partner violence, enhancing access to services for immigrants, seniors and youth, improving respite services for adults with autism, winning reforms for tenants and people on social assistance, stopping glyphosate spraying of the forest, and many more important and timely projects.

We will have remarks by Gül Çaliskan on the importance of community activism as well as by Fredericton South MLA David Coon. We will also be joined by Mayor Mike O’Brien, city councilors Greg Ericson, Kate Rogers and John MacDermid,  Fredericton-Grand Lake MLA Pam Lynch and others.

Please share and invite your friends –

Social work students are working with the following organizations:

  • No One is Illegal Fredericton
  • Greater Fredericton Social Innovation – Senior Engagement
  • Greater Fredericton Social Innovation – Civic Tech
  • Greater Fredericton Social Innovation – Age Friendly
  • New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes
  • Office of the Third Party on tenant rights
  • CIRN – Keswick Stories
  • Muriel McQueen Ferguson Centre
  • Stop Spraying NB
  • Mi’kmaq Wolastoqiyk Association of Social Workers
  • Autism Connections
  • United Way
  • Go Ahead Seniors
  • New Brunswick Association of Social Workers
  • Teen Resource Centre – Pathways to Education
  • Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions – R.E.A.C.H.
  • Fredericton Sexual Assault Centre – Love Shouldn’t Hurt
  • Fredericton Legal Advice Clinic – Youth Access to Justice Clinic
  • David Coon’s Constituency Office – social assistance reforms

For more information, email Marilyn Dupre at or Tracy Glynn at

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