creating quantitative surveys to address poverty reduction models
The Happier We'll Be!
The happier we'll be - or so they say. Musings about building communities, online or otherwise.
How to support your community the easy way.
It was easy. I felt good. Something important will get some additional support.
A survey for collaborative community organizations and post-secondary institutions who are partnering for community level change so that we can understand the model and impact more deeply.
The power of a learning community
Synergy is amplified when you bring people together to move towards reducing poverty in cities and communities across Canada.
Sharing Knowledge, Building Impact
We know you are out there, producing reports, papers, tools, and resources. We've seen it. But we want more - we want you to share your knowledge with our community. If you lurk - why not leap.
Vibrant Communities Canada is delighted to be partnering with Carleton University and the Canadian Alliance for Community-Service Learning in a seven year action research project called, CFICE (pronounced “suffice”).
CF:ICE is officially launched
Four cross-community hubs:poverty, food security, environment and violence against women, will be exploring how the power of the academic campus can become a force for social change.
More communities join this national movement
There was a buzz in the room as more than 65 community leaders, many of them local elected councillors, joined the Central Alberta Poverty Reduction Alliance as they officially became a member of Vibrant Communities Canada.
A recent process in Hamilton, Ontario to engage the community around city services took a different direction thanks to social media. What lessons were learned.
A follow up to 'If you build it, will they come?'
A few blog posts ago I asked the question - If you build it, will they come? It was my musings about growing a learning community. This posts reflects on all of you - the lurkers, the engagers and the listeners.
Musings about the co-creation of knowledge
Reflections on a year of engagement and learning.
Connecting with community in new ways
Thoughts about the virtual office experience after six months of working remotely.
How collective impact, community leadership, complexity and weather come together.
Hurricane Sandy provides a useful metaphor for dealing with community change. My travels have taken me to the eye of the hurricane and it provides interesting lessons for community change efforts.
Resource Type: Case Study | Author: Don Lenihan