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Anti-Poverty Community Organizing and Learning (APCOL)
 

Publications

 

APCOL Working Papers Series:

Working Paper #1

  • Journey through Food Activism in Toronto, Ontario
    Rachelle Campigotto, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #2

  • Re-Thinking Learning-Work Transitions in the Context of Community Training
    for Racialized Youth

    Karen Carter, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #3

  • Engagement, Identity, Emotion and Learning: A Pre-apprenticeship Program Case Study
    Sue Carter, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #4

  • Community Learning and Mobilization Through Research
    Joe Curnow, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #5

  • The Role of Anti-poverty Organizing for Citizenship: Living and Learning Citizenship and Agency through Community Activism 
    Ashleigh Dalton, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #6

  • A Seat at the Table in Downtown Toronto Centre East, Canada
    Doreen Fumia, Ryerson University

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #7

  • Anti-Poverty Activism from a CHAT Perspective: A Comparison of Learning across Three Organizations
    Peter H. Sawchuk, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #8

  • Social Networks and Socio-economic Integration: Immigrant Experiences and Approaches in Toronto
    Agnes Thomas, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #9

  • Economic and Educational Inequalities and Support for Occupy Movements:
    Some Recent North American Evidence

    D. W. Livingstone, University of Toronto
    Milosh Raykov, University of Alberta

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper # 10

  • Decolonizing Methodologies: Reflections of an Interviewer
    Erin Oldynski, University of Toronto

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #11

  • Promoting Holistic Community Organizing: FoodShare Food Activist Workshop Series
    Christine McKenzie, University of Toronto
     

Abstract and Keywords l Full article (PDF)

Working Paper #12

  • Exploring (de)alienation in social movement learning: Case study findings on participant motivation and the role of movement organisations
    Joseph E. Sawan, University of Toronto

 

Working Paper #13

  • Learning in action: How ‘radical habitus’ mediates social movement activity and learning
    Joseph E. Sawan, University of Toronto
 

Working Paper #14

  • Social Movement Learning in Union and Community Coalition: An Activity Theory Perspective
    Peter H. Sawchuk, University of Toronto


Abstract and Keywords
 l Full article (PDF) 

 

Newsletters:

Learning Changes v.4 #1 Summer 2013 (PDF)

Learning Changes v.3 #1 Autumn 2011 (PDF)

Learning Changes v.2 #2 Spring 2011 (PDF)

Learning Changes v.2 #1 Autumn 2010 (PDF)

Learning Changes v.1 #2 Spring 2010 (PDF)

Learning Changes v.1 #1 Autumn 2009 (PDF)

 

APCOL Case Study Reports 

Final Report of the FoodShare Case Study (PDF)

Final Report of the Kingston Galloway - Orton Park (KGO) Case Study (PDF)

Final Report of the Construction Craft Worker Pre-Apprenticeship Case Study (PDF)

Final Report of the Mt. Dennis Youth Employment and Local Economic Development Case Study (PDF)

Final Report of the Anishnawbe Health Toronto Community Health Worker Trainee Program Case Study (PDF)

Final Report of the ACORN/Weston Housing Case Study (PDF)

Final Report of the Good Green Jobs Case Study (PDF)

 

Related to APCOL

The Three Cities Within Toronto: Income Polarization Among Toronto's Neighbourhood's, 1970-2005 (PDF)
J. David Hulchanski, University of Toronto 

Poverty By Postal Code: The Geography of Neighbourhood Poverty, 1981 - 2001 (PDF)
United Way of Greater Toronto and The Canadian Council on Social Development

Vertical Poverty: Poverty By Postal Code 2 (web site)
United Way Toronto

 

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