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The Oregon Benchmarks: Oregonians Are Getting Results From This Approach To Governance. Can We Too?
(Making Waves, 2001)
When the ends are in sight - and measurable - the means are less divisive. Thanks to a focus on specific outcomes for policy, Oregon is building a culture of collaboration and learning between sectors, regions, and interest ...
(Rural Secretariat Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 2004-06)
Written as a national policy paper for the Rural Secretariat, this paper provides a succinct and clear overview of several rural trends, challenges, strategies, and policy options for increasing the sustainability of rural ...
Project C 10 - Municipal Government Support of the Social Economy Sector
This research project will explore municipal government support of the social economy sector in a Canadian context, with an emphasis on BC, Alberta and the Prairies and Northern Ontario. This is a collaboration between ...
Project C9-2007 - CED and Social Economy Policy Inventory in B.C. and Alberta (Phase One)
The work on policy outlined in this annex is conceived of as a first phase in an ongoing project that will extend beyond one year. In developing and implementing an inventory of federal and provincial legislation, policies, ...
SERC 3 WorkPlan – 2007-2008 Year
SERC 3 has chosen to elevate key questions as being central to the strategic vision it advances for its work. Together they speak to context and how we understand the social economy – its drivers, the obstacles it faces ...
Questioning Favoured Truths of Work and Learning Research
Questioning Favoured Truths of Work and Learning Research Peter Sawchuk, Bonnie Slade and Bruce Spencer This paper seeks to open a discussion about some of the assumptions that underpin policy and research on work and ...