Learn more about the latest CSR and community investment initiatives, and take part in two or three days of stimulating dialogue, shared learning and networking.
Sunday, March 25, 2007
Friday, March 23, 2007
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
The Social Economy Centre (OISE/UT) Lunchbox Speakers' Series - Aboriginal Social Economy Issues: March 28th, 2007
Panel: Alice Corbiere, Rosalind Johnston and Jose A. Reyes
Wednesday, March 28th, 2007, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm.
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the
The three panelists leading this discussion are Alice Corbiere, Rosalind Johnston and Jose Reyes of the Community Economic and Social Development (CESD) programme at Algoma University College.~ The panel will suggest that the current definition of the social economy may not be sufficiently inclusive to reflect the holistic worldview of indigenous peoples nor reflect the reality of First Nations governance.~ They will connect examples of First Nations development to international perspectives, and question whether the social economy research can be a tool for challenging the imposition of colonial models on indigenous peoples.
This event will be webcast and we will accept questions via e-mail from remote participants. Go to the following webpage for detailed instructions to set up for and view the webcast: http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/webcast.php
Bring your lunch and a mug; coffee, tea and water will be provided. To RSVP, or for more information, go to http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/lectures.php or contact Sherap Winn at email@example.com or (416) 923-6641, extension 2087
Mark you Calendars: Other sessions will include: April 25 - Social Responsibility in Credit Unions May 16 - Fair Trade. For more information, visit http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/lectures.php.
Friday, March 02, 2007
The Community Development Collaborative Program (UT), the Transformative Learning Centre, the Social Economy Centre and the Adult Education and Community Development Program (OISE/UT) present
Fiona Duguid, WindShare Co-operative and doctoral candidate,
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
After five years of development, WindShare Co-operative in
WindShare Co-operative provided the structure whereby members felt a part of the solution in terms of sustainable energy development. From this study it was found that policies and practices at all levels of government should encourage the advancement of green energy co-operatives to support
Fiona Duguid is completing her doctorate in the Adult Education department at the Ontario Institute for the Study of Education at the