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Project C5 - From Social Economy to Solidarity Economy: Changing Perspectives in a Volatile World (Phase One)
This project focuses on examining the definition of social economy being used by BALTA and critiquing its conceptual capacity to effectively guide policy and practice in a volatile and rapidly changing global context. ...
Project C6 - From Social Economy to Solidarity Economy: Changing Perspectives in a Volatile World (Phase Two)
Phase one of this project contrasted the Pearse conceptual formulation of the social economy with an alternative formulation called the solidarity economy. This research will document two cases, one from Chicago and another ...
Project C3 - Socio-Economic and Environmental Context, Profile and Trends for B.C. and Alberta
This project will provide a general socio-economic profile of both provinces using key economic, social, health and some environmental indicators for comparative analysis of well-being conditions in both provinces. As well, ...
The Solidarity Economy in North America : An Emerging Debate - January 2007
The language of the solidarity economy is not exactly common vocabulary in Canada or the U.S. Even among practitioners and activists in community economic development, the social economy, co-operatives, economic democracy ...
Concepts and Context
This first section of the book introduces key concepts, assumptions and ways of understanding the context within which CED and the social economy have evolved. While making no claim this modest beginning represents some ...
Social Enterprise in Human Services and Affordable Housing
Human services and affordable housing are two constant themes in the history of CED and the social economy. This is not surprising. How we care for each other, or not, speaks centrally to the character of our social relations ...
Building Community Wealth
(Centre for Community Enterprise, 2006)
This book was developed and tested as a resource to accompany a full-day workshop on Social Enterprise: Assessing Readiness and Getting Started in SE, which is part of the Development Wheel project.
Mobile learning – a new paradigm shift in distance education?
During recent years, many distance teaching as well as residential institutions have started to experiment with mobile learning through pilot projects as part of their e-learning and technology enhanced learning environments. ...
Using Participatory Simulation Support Learning Algorithms
During learning computer science theory, it is essential to learn sorting algorithms, but it is not easy to understand the concept of the different sorting algorithms. This paper describes a system called PLASPS (PDA-based ...
Positive Motion, Inc.
The simplicity of flashcards makes them ideally suited for memorizing word lists on small, mobile devices but flashcards are not well suited to subjects that require more sophisticated organizational structure. Legal ...