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Listening To Learn: Understanding the Needs of Adults with Physical Disabilities Living in the Burlington Area Throughout Their Lifespan

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The Listening to Learn project was a community-based research project that engaged adults with physical disabilities in Burlington, Ontario in a meaningful Continue Reading…

Vibrant, effective, innovative community sector and population health: Exploring the links

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An effective and innovative community sector can help to shape opportunities for good health and, in particular, play a role in addressing health disparities Continue Reading…

Reducing Disparities and Improving Population Health: The role of a vibrant community sector

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Reducing Disparities and Improving Population Health (2011) Audrey Danaher Through a review of the literature on the links between population health, the Continue Reading…

Innovations in financing affordable homes: Presentation to UofT/OISE social economy forum

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There's no such thing as a 'no money miracle' when it comes to affordable housing. Project developers need money for development (or acquisition of existing Continue Reading…

Organizing for action in a complex, dynamic world: Presentation notes

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In a complex and dynamic world, how do you organize compelling ideas into pragmatic action for change? The Wellesley Institute's Michael Shapcott spoke to a Continue Reading…

Victoria and Kelowna: Presentations from west coast housing / homelessness tour

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The Wellesley Institute's Michael Shapcott was invited to Victoria and Kelowna as part of a west cost housing / homelessness tour. He gave presentations on a Continue Reading…

Speaking notes: Mandatory Long Form Census vital for good policy and good governance

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Good evidence is fundamental for good policy and good governance. The mandatory Long Form Census is an important tool in our national statistical system to Continue Reading…

Presentation: Hamilton's Integrating Neighbourhoods forum, Oct 12, 2010

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Inclusive neighbourhoods are not only good for our health, but also good for communities. Here is my presentation to the Integrating Neighbourhoods forum in Continue Reading…

Wellesley Institute 2011 federal pre-budget submission: Invest in homes and innovation / equity

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The Wellesley Institute 2011 federal pre-budget submission offers two major recommendations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance as it starts Continue Reading…

Evaluating Collaboratives of Community Change

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In 2009, two Hamilton multi-sector collaborations – the Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction (HRPR) and the Jobs Prosperity Collaborative (JPC) undertook Continue Reading…