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Plan d’action gouvernemental pour l’inclusion économique et la participation sociale 2017-2023 (Government action plan for economic inclusion and social participation 2017-2023)

Gouvernement du Québec; Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux; Ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec; Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Quebec 1 January 2017 Policy document Economic activity, Social Inclusion

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La vision du gouvernement du Québec en matière de lutte contre la pauvreté et l’exclusion sociale est claire : amener le Québec à devenir une société plus inclusive, solidaire et portée par la justice sociale afin que les personnes à risque ou en situation de pauvreté se réalisent, au sein de leur milieu, avec l’aide dont elles ont besoin, et ce, dans le respect de leur autonomie et de leur pouvoir d’agir.
Pour ce faire, le gouvernement place l’augmentation du revenu disponible au cœur du Plan d’action gouvernemental pour l’inclusion économique et la participation sociale 2017-2023. Il se donne une cible ambitieuse : sortir plus de 100 000 personnes de la pauvreté d’ici 2023, particulièrement des personnes seules et des couples sans enfants.

The vision of the Government of Quebec in the fight against poverty and social exclusion is clear: to bring Quebec to become a more inclusive society, united and supported by social justice so that people at risk or in a situation of poverty carry out, within their community, with the help they need, while respecting their autonomy and their power to act.
To do this, the government is placing increasing disposable income at the heart of the Government Action Plan for Economic Inclusion and Social Participation 2017-2023. It has set itself an ambitious target: lift more than 100,000 people out of poverty by 2023, especially single people and couples without children.


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