Posts by Lynell Anderson

Lynell Anderson

About Lynell Anderson

Lynell is a public policy researcher and community engagement specialist. Drawing on 30 years of experience as a Certified General Accountant in the voluntary, public, private and academic sectors, Lynell analyzes and utilizes financial information to promote public accountability, engage communities and advocate for evidence-informed change. Her research and advocacy activities focus on public policies that advance the rights of children, women and families, especially with respect to child care services. An active listener, facilitator and presenter, Lynell is often a guest lecturer at post-secondary institutions and has taught Public Sector Financial Management for the CGA Associations of BC and Canada. She is also a research associate with the CCPA-BC, Senior Researcher for Generation Squeeze and Chairperson of the Federation of BC Youth in Care Networks. Follow Lynell on Twitter

Child care is a human right

Dec 11, 2014
By Lynell and Melanie Anderson Our understanding of rights evolves along with society, yet the required and corresponding evolution in government policy in BC is stagnant. Re-establishing the Human Rights Commission, as recommended in a new report, could change this reality. We’re passionate about women’s and children’s rights, and concerned about the rights of mothers… View Article