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Anti-Poverty Community Organizing and Learning (APCOL)
 

Case Studies


Action research case studies on neighbourhood anti-poverty work, activist learning and popular education are a central component of the APCOL project. They allow detailed understanding of local action, group and individual experiences, and facilitate learning and capacity building through sustained grassroots activity.

The APCOL project includes eight individual case studies.

Each APCOL case study is co-designed by community and academic co-leaders to run for one year intensively. Funding is provided directly to grassroots organizations who together with student researchers and academic become trained in research in the course of developing initiatives.
 

posters at FoodShare location in Toronto

FoodShare -- Focus on Health, Nutrition and Food Security

 

KGO activists lead a housing consultation meeting

Kingston Galloway Orton (KGO) -- Spotlight on Housing

 

Construction Craft Worker Pre-Apprenticeship – Toronto Downtown East Neighbourhoods

 

Family Day in Mount Dennis, Toronto

Good Green Jobs / Community Benefits Agreement Campaign Case Study

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