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May 6, 2010- Farm advoate educates West Coast on thinking like an island

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Renowned farm advocate shared his "laundry list" of ideas on how to establish food security in the face of an ever-changing world.
Michael Ableman gave a talk as Earth Week was winding down on April 25, in both Tofino and Ucluelet, on the subject of island food security and sustainability.

CSERP Food Security Research Table

CSEHub has created a table of CSERP food security work happening across the country. Click here access this table.

November ECO-SOC INFO Bulletin

The November ECO-SOC INFO bulletin of The Canada Research Chair on Social Economy is now available on its website! To read it, click here!

The Art of Collaboration: Reflections from the Manitoba 2009 CED/CD Gathering

 To read this personal review by Knowledge Mobilization Specialist Rachelle McElroy, please click here.

November 17, 2009: CSERP Board member wins prestigious award

Carleton Professor Awarded Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship

Carleton University Professor Ted Jackson has been awarded the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship, one of 11 Ontarians receiving the prestigious honour this year.  He is also one of a very few academics ever to receive this award since its inception in 1973.

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New Publication – The Worth of the Social Economy: An International Perspective by P.I.E Peter Lang

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What is the worth of the social economy? What worth does the social economy produce?

CSERP Content Analysis of Research Table / Fact Sheets


This table represents a snapshot of all the projects in which the Canadian Social Economy Research Partnerships (CSERP) have been/are involved during the five-year grant period.  The information was compiled from CSERP member midterm reports, websites, and feedback. It can be sorted by a number of useful categories, including key words, regional node and theme.