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date: 29 November 2022

Touzel, Bessielocked

Touzel, Bessielocked

  • Marjorie JohnstoneMarjorie JohnstoneSchool of Social Work, University of Toronto

Summary

Bessie Touzel (1904–1997) left her mark on the local, provincial, and national levels in Canadian social services. Through her visionary development of concrete strategies for developing social policy, and establishing equitable welfare standards, she contributed lasting blueprints for social action and a re-definition of social responsibility.

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  • Biographies

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