Neighbourhood Learning Community
Community of Practice

 

Register here

 

Our next meeting is on: Tuesday, January 31 from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET

The topic of our next discussion is: Engaging Vertically – Lessons Learned from the City of Toronto and the City of Vancouver

 

View the 2023 Schedule

 

      Catch up with our most Recent Sessions 

 

thumbnail
nlc sep 13 thumbnail
NLC CoP July 19 thumbnail

November 22, 2022

Demystifying Policy – Building our Collective Understanding of What Exactly Policy is

Watch the recording here

September 13, 2022

Unravelling Community Development - Shifting the Power to Community

Watch the recording here

June 22, 2022

From Block Parties to Citizenship!

 

Watch the recording here

 

Register Now

 

Our Community of Practice at a Glance

   
Workshop Icons (2)

5

Countries
learners icon

170

Practitioners

The aim of this bi-monthly Neighbourhood Learning Community of Practice (NLC CoP) is to develop a dynamic network of practitioners that are intentionally working together to develop more connected, vibrant and resilient neighbourhoods.

By joining this unique community of practice you will connect and collaborate with a diverse network of practitioners that share resources, programs, policies and best practices for strengthening neighbourhoods and communities.

 

Learn more about the Deepening Community Movement

Meet Your Community of Practice Facilitator

 

Connor Judge 


Connor-Judge-square

Connor has recently joined the Cities Deepening Community Team after working with Learning Centre as the Community Animator of Marketing and Communications for 1 year. He was previously the Cities Deepening Communities Summer Intern in 2017 and 2018.

With a master's degree in Public Health and Health Systems and a bachelor's degree in Health Studies with a minor in Political Science from the University of Waterloo, Connor has a deep understanding of the social determinants of health and its intersection with policy. From his time as an intern at Tamarack, he was able to intertwine his understanding of health with the theory of Asset-Based Community Development.

Connor's experiences span program evaluation, community-based research, food sovereignty and policy analysis. He strongly believes that food can be a powerful vehicle to build relationships and develop strong and vibrant communities.

 

Contact Connor