This month's Engage! features potential solutions for working in collaboration, the latest in data validity tools for your community engagement needs, a farewell to Caledon Institute & more!
This paper was developed through a series of conversations about Collective Impact & Collaboration between Liz Weaver in Canada and Max Hardy in Australia.
Access a comprehensive list of community engagement techniques that can be selected based on the level of engagement you are conducting.
In this webinar, Mark Cabaj and Adam Kahane discuss key concepts from his new book Collaborating with the Enemy: How to Work with People You Don’t Agree with or Like or Trust.
This tool will help you and your team consider the perspectives of those who your project serves or affects and the many forces that affect their experiences.
Mark Holmgren's new article contains tools and approaches designed to help with the development of Collective Impact strategies.
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.