Previous editions of Engage!

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January 2017

In this edition:

  • Busting the Myth That People “Resist Change”
  • Collaboration, NOT Coblaboration
  • Engaging the Heart & Soul of Community
  • Citizen Engagement for a Sustainable Future
  • The Power of Mapping Your Journey
Read the January edition
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December 2016

In this edition:

  • The Paradox of Tools and the Innovation Culture
  • Putting the Unity in Community
  • Collective Impact in Motion
  • A Partnership Building Primer
  • This Holiday, Give the Gift of Learning

Read the December edition

Deepening Community

November 2016

In this edition:

  • Why Community Resilience Matters
  • Collective Impact, Voltron and The Borg
  • Learning to Love Complexity
  • Putting Children at the Centre
  • Together, When We Are Engaged

Read the November edition  

Getting Beyond Better

October 2016

In this edition:

  • Evaluating Poverty Reduction: Hearing the Music Not the Noise
  • Change for the Audacious: A Doer’s Guide
  • Applying the Lessons: Evaluating Community Impact
  • From Beating the Odds to Changing the Game
  • CCI 2016 Reflections: Everything We Do Is Built Upon Something Else

Read the October edition


Featured Books

Additional Publications

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TEN: A Guide for Cities Reducing Poverty

The TEN guide authored by Brock Carlton, CEO of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and Paul Born, President of Tamarack Institute, brings you a concise overview of how cities are reducing poverty: their stories, their strategies, their resources, and tips for beginners on organizing a city-wide initiative.


Engage! A Connected Force for Community Change

At our 2015 Collective Impact Summit in Vancouver we unveiled our first-ever 80-page issue of Engage! magazine. The theme of Engage! is "Possible" and includes feature articles on collective impact, deepening community, community engagement and leadership from Tamarack Institute faculty, articles by social change leaders such as Karen Pittman and Vickie Cammack and stories of what’s possible from communities around the world.