Social Inclusion and Community Economic Development: Final Report
The Pan-Canadian Community Development Learning Network was a two and a half year project of the Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) that promoted learning about and examined how integrated, community-based initiatives contribute to social inclusion.
Running from October 2003 to March 2006, the project facilitated peer learning and developed evidence-based research to strengthen integrated models of service delivery that build assets, skills, learning, social development and economic self-sufficiency opportunities relevant to local community conditions.
The final publication of the project, this document presents an overview of the research results and policy recommendations supported by the research.
Social Justice Approach to Community Development
The Social Justice Community in Toronto - York University