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Social networks and socio-economic integration: Immigrant experiences and approaches in Toronto
Author: Agnes Thomas
Year: April 2013
Short Description: This paper analyses the findings from the Anti Poverty Community Organizing and Learning (APCOL) survey and case study done in one of the selected neighbourhood in Toronto. These findings will be examined from the context of social network theory. Based on these findings, this paper will attempt to answer the following questions: What role do social networks play in the lives of people who live in the margins of this city? What types of networks are functional in their lives and what integral roles do social networks play in organizing their work lives? What are some limitations the present social network analysis theory has in analysing these types of community networks and informal connections.
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Aboriginal Identity, Spirituality and Learning
Author: Anishnawbe Health Toronto's (AHT) George Brown College OISE, University of Toronto
Year: April 22, 2013
Short Description: A Case Study with the Anishnawbe Health Toronto Community Health Worker Trainee Program. The CHWT program at AHT serves First Nations students from Toronto and across Ontario through an innovative, culture-based approach to training, learning and development related to the field of community health work. A summary of findings from the case study research project addresses the ways in which the CHWT program provides unique, culturally-specific training experiences and supports entry into a particular field of post-secondary education and employment, but also how the program plays a role in supporting understandings of anti-poverty more broadly.
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Ontario's Social Purpose Businesses
Author: Ann Armstrong
Year: 2007, April 26
Short Description: Armstrong, A. (2007). Ontario's social purpose businesses. Presentation at the Second Annual Southern Ontario Node Social Economy Symposium. Toronto, Canada, April 26.
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Push Back! Move Forward! Learning, Organising, and Building Community Conference Program
Author: APCOL - OISE University of Toronto
Year: 07/08/2015
Short Description: APCOL Push Back! Move Forward! Learning, Organising, and Building Community, Conference 2013 Program
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APCOL Workshop Curriculum
Author: APCOL - OISE University of Toronto
Year: [no date]
Short Description: Workshops objective is participatory analysis / collaborative analysis to make sense of research as it relates to the work of activists / community organizers to pause and reflect on what people in our neighbourhoods say about their experiences in working for social and economic change. Focus: -who gets involved and why? -why do some people drop out, what keeps others connected?
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APCOL Conference 1 Report
Author: APCOL-OISE University of Toronto
Year: June 7 & 8, 2011
Short Description: APCOL Conference 1 Report high-lighting Conference objectives and workshops.
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APCOL Community Researcher Certificate List
Author: APCOL-OISE University of Toronto
Year: [no date]
Short Description: APCOL Community Researcher Certificate List
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APCOL Community Presentation 2011
Author: APCOL-OISE University of Toronto
Year: Oct 26, 2011
Short Description: APCOL Community Presentation: Anti-Poverty Community Organizing & Learning to: 1. contribute to local neighbourhood capacity to engage in anti-poverty work; 2. help build links between community anti-poverty initiatives across the Greater Toronto Area; 3. build understanding of the role of community-led organizing in the broader processes of positive social, political and economic change; 4. expand the base ofresearch/knowledge on the role of informal learning and popular education in anti-poverty work and social movement development.
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APCOL Final Survey 2010
Author: APCOL-OISE University of Toronto
Year: Aug 25, 2010
Short Description: APCOL Questionnaire/Survey -Final Version August 25, 2010
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APCOL Community Research Conference: Learning from Each Other
Author: APCOL-OISE University of Toronto
Year: April 2011
Short Description: APCOL Community Research Conference POSTER: Learning from Each Other - June 7 & 8, 2011
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