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November 29, 2016 – Webinar #1 / 29 novembre 2016 – Webinaire 1

Engaging Youth in Policy: The Mental Health Strategy for Canada

Description: This webinar takes a deeper look the process involved in re-writing the Mental Health Strategy for Canada into youth-friendly document; making sure that it was accessible to all Canadians, with a particular focus on youth and youth-focused organizations. The Youth Council also premiered their whiteboard amination video, created this year as a supplementary piece to this webinar.

Guest Speakers:

Amanee Elchehimi,
Vice-Chair, MHCC Youth Council

Ally Campbell,
Member, MHCC Youth Council

Jack Saddleback,
Member, MHCC Youth Council

Engagement des jeunes en matière de politique : Stratégie en matière de santé mentale pour le Canada

Ce webinaire examine de plus près le processus de remaniement de la Stratégie en matière de santé mentale au Canada pour en faire un document adapté aux jeunes, tout en s’assurant qu’il demeure accessible à l’ensemble de la population canadienne, en mettant surtout l’accent sur les jeunes et les organisations axées sur les jeunes. Le conseil des jeunes a également lancé sa vidéo d’animation sur tableau blanc, laquelle a été créée cette année comme outil complémentaire de ce webinaire.

Conférenciers invités :

Amanee Elchehimi
Vice-présidente, Conseil des jeunes de la CSMC

Ally Campbell,
Membre, Conseil des jeunes de la CSMC

Jack Saddleback,
Membre, Conseil des jeunes de la CSMC

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