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To work with the regional research centres, national partners and others to foster research into the Social Economy so as to make it more accessible and useful to policy makers, Social Economy practitioners, and people in communities as well as for academic engagement.
The CSEHub is a community-university research alliance between the University of Victoria, represented by its Principal Investigator Ian MacPherson, and the Canadian Community Economic Development Network, represented by its co-director Rupert Downing. The CSEHub is directed by the two organizations and their representatives, with the advice and input of a board of representatives from the Canadian Social Economy Research Partnerships (CSERP). CSERP is a collaborative effort of the six regional research centres, their community partners, and the Canadian Social Economy Hub.
The CSEHub gratefully operates on a five-year grant from the Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada.