New Issue: Making Waves: Canada’s Community Economic Development Magazine
Posted by on May 6, 2006
The Winter 2005 edition of “Making Waves: Canada’s Community Economic Development Magazine” offers some very practical reflection on the meaning of leadership (particularly in very small communities).
Find a summary of the contents below. To view the content in PDF, request a trial copy, or subscribe, go to http://www.cedworks.com/waves.html.
Apologies for cross-postings.
A Nation’s Economic Catalyst
Hupacasath, a small First Nation on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, is figuring out how to use the skills, resources, and connections acquired in one project as the step up to the next, more challenging one. It’s srrategy is grounded in a far wider understanding of the community to which it belongs.
From High School Leaver to High Tech Worker
The new, knowledge-based economy need not exclude the disadvantaged – but it will if we don’t take a systemic approach to employment development. Here are five best practices in the preparation of young people for work in the technology sector.
A long-time activist urges community-based organizations to embed sensible procedure and protocols in their decision-making. Otherwise, participatory democracy can make for good ideology, but lousy results.
Speaking from the Heart
Photographic testimony indicates that community survival is not a matter of skills acquisition. It is an expression of a passionate attachment to place that much CED practice seriously underrates.
Local Employment Towards Employment has spent the last seven years coaxing the citizens of Winnipeg to “get political” with their charitable dollars. How best to sell such a message? Show people how much fun this alternative is.
Algoma University College, Ontario, has developed a simple, replicable method to measure the economic impact of nonprofit organizations and get this sector on the radar of local planners.
Making Waves: Canada’s CED Magazine
Visit the CED DIGITAL BOOKSHOP at http://www.cedworks.com!
Centre for Community Enterprise
1601 – 25th Avenue, Vernon, B.C. V1T 1M8 CANADA
tel 250-542-7057 fax 250-542-7229 tel (toll-free) 1-888-255-6779
More in "New Resources"
- Early Childhood Issue Brief – Strong Foundations: Promoting Diverse and Inclusive Preschool Settings
- Community Nonprofits Are Our Insurance Policy for Families
- Vote Everywhere Digital Track
Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector
We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.