Tim Draimin and Brenton Caffin discuss the creation and development of Nesta's DIY toolkit. They also examine the ways in which it can be used effectively and the impact it has had across the globe to date.
Michael McAfee talks about how the Promise Neighbourhoods is using collective impact in their work, by facilitating collaboration within communities as people work to attain concrete results.
Sylvia Cheuy discusses three shifts in mindset that an individual will experience as they begin to work in a way they never have before. Each of these mindset shifts is instrumental in allowing them to embrace collective impact in their own life.
Joe March provides some valuable information about the Canada Learning Bond, and the excellent educational opportunities it offers to Canada's youth.
Milton Friesen speaks with Josh Yates about the Thriving Cities Project, which is developing a new paradigm for urban analysis, community assessment, and civic engagement based on a holistic framework of community wealth and well-being.
In this webinar, Michael Jones, Sophia Horwitz and Heidi Clelland-Sauer explore the larger canvas of place and place-making and, in so doing, make visible some of the patterns that shape our experience of community.
In this clip, Liz Weaver talks about the many levels of complexity within our communities, and how collective impact can benefit these communities. Liz discusses some of the conditions that are necessary to facilitate effective collective impact within a community.