A new paper by Sylvia Cheuy, The Case for Cultivating Community Resilience, explores the concept of community resilience – what it is and why it matters.
A How To blog from Liz Weaver on the challenge facing many collective impact efforts – how to build a sustainable approach.
Liz Weaver explores the notion of disruption and how it relates to the voluntary and community sector in this new paper from Tamarack's Community Change Series 2016.
Jim Diers discusses a fundamental principle of community organizing: the closer you engage people to where they live, the more likely they are to get involved.
Mark Holmgren explores the comparison between Collective Impact and movement building in this new blog.
Kay Robinson describes how the community voice mail program is confronting the chronic deprivation of power and resources that occurs when a person is phoneless and disconnected from society.
Turning theory into practice is critical for community change. We work deeply in two Practice Areas to get to impact.
Vibrant Communities is a network of 100 cities who are creating comprehensive poverty reduction strategies to impact the lives of 1 million Canadians living in poverty.
Deepening Community explores programs, policies and practices that strengthen communities and neighbourhoods to enhance social capital.
Tamarack is a connected force for community change.