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CASE STUDY | Building Citizen Advocacy Skills for Strong Neighbourhoods

Case Studies, Heather Keam, Cities Deepening Community, Neighbourhood Strategy

Across Canada, there has been a decrease in voter-turnout at every level of government. This means that government policy and decision-making represent only a small percentage of citizens. To tackle this issue, four grassroots-led neighbourhood initiatives in Windsor, Ontario are empowering residents to advocate for change the change they want to see by developing their advocacy skills.

This Case Study outlines four neighbourhood initiatives, representing four core Windsor neighbourhoods, that are collaborating to help residents learn how to be effective advocates.
Heather Keam

By Heather Keam

Heather is happy to be part of the Vibrant Communities team as the Manager of Cities, Cities Deepening Community. Before this position she was the Manager of Learning Services where she organized Community of Practices, learning opportunities, tools and resources for community change. Heather brings over 12 years of public health knowledge to this position.

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