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Mapping the Social Economy of Atlantic Canada, in print

July 11, 2011

Mapping the Social Economy of Atlantic Canada: Profiles of Community Partners in the Social Economy Sustainability and Research Network 2005 – 2010 is now available.

Find the PDF online here.

From the MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: “This collection profiles the groups and organizations that partnered with university-based researchers and students as part of the Social Economy Sustainability Research Network to answer questions that are important to the community-based members of the team, generating knowledge that is useful “on the ground.” As part of the network, they also contributed to other shared goals: increasing the region’s capacity for a dynamic social economy by building partnerships, knowledge, and networks across the region and its peoples; orienting the research to meet the needs of community partners (themselves part of the social economy); and making an impact on policy at the provincial and municipal levels.” Leslie Brown, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Mount Saint Vincent University, June 2011

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