Telelearning Session 7: The Social Economy in Australia

CSEHub, CCEDNet, RIPESS, Économie solidaire de l'Ontario, and BALTA are pleased to invite your participation in an upcoming telelearning session!

  • How does civil society influence public policy?
  • How does it compete with private and public services on employment issues?
Mon, 03/03/2008

Telelearning Session 6: Students and the Social Economy

How do students become engaged in studies related to the Social Economy? What support do they require? How do they access information and resources? How do they make the transition from researchers to practitioners, or vice versa? Do student researchers at social economy organizations view their work as simple employment, or as training for their future careers, or... both?

Thu, 02/14/2008

Podcast of Telelearning Session #5 now available!

Thank you to all who participated in our most recent telelearning session, especially to Kemlin Nembhard and Margie Mendell for their wonderful presentations! For more information, please click here:

Telelearning Session 4: Policies in Québec and Manitoba

How has Community Economic Development (CED) policy evolved into a larger social economy agenda? How could it evolve in the future? To explore the answers to these questions and more, join John Loxley, from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, and Shauna MacKinnon, from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, in this exciting telelearning session.

Thu, 04/26/2007

Telelearning Session 3: Food Security and the Social Economy

What is meant by the term “Food Security”? How does it relate to the
Social Economy? If you want to know the answers to these questions and
more, join Dr. Heather Myers, from the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, and Debbie Field, Executive Director of FoodShare in Toronto, in an engaging telelearning session.

Thu, 11/22/2007

Telelearning Session 2: L’économie sociale et solidaire au Canada

Researchers and practitioners across Canada are currently grappling with a definition of the Social Economy – want to be part of the debate? Participate in an engaging telelearning session. Join Luc Thériault, sociology professor at the University of New Brunswick (Fredericton), and Monique Beaudoin, Ontario Regional Coordinator of the Canadian CED Network, in exploring these issues:

Thu, 11/30/2006

Telelearning Session #1 Podcast Posted!

All of us at the Canadian Social Economy Hub would like to thank everyone who participated to help make our first telelearning session a success! Special thanks to Jack Quarter and Marie Bouchard for their wonderful presentations and discussion!

Visit the main Telelearning Session 1 page for all the information on this event - Social Economy 101: Defining the Social Economy

Click on the links below to listen to the entire telelearning session.