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Join Food Secure Canada for a series of online conversations and workshops to explore the intersections between food systems, anti-racism, decolonization, and environmental justice movements.
"Cultivating Change" will showcase the work of Indigenous, Black and racialized food leaders, and build consciousness and capacity for anti-racist and decolonized approaches and allyship within the food movement.
Walking, cycling and scootering to school allows students to spend more time outside while staying connected with family and peers in a way that ensures safe physical distancing. By developing sustainable actions to encourage students to walk and cycle more often for their school journey, schools can support lasting changes in physical, mental and social well-being across the whole school community.
Tune in for an informational webinar about a new Active School Travel Pilot Program, delivered by BC Healthy Communities Society (BCHC).
How can we implement inclusive climate and energy policies in a way that is fair and benefits all members of society?
PIBC’s Climate Action Sub-Committee (of the Policy & Public Affairs Committee) oversees the coordination and implementation of advocacy work and activities related to climate change. Join Co-Chair Patricia Dehnel RPP, MCIP, and other guests for a frank discussion on the important issues of climate justice and the challenges of ensuring that planning policies are inclusive and fair for all.
Join SFU Vancouver and SFU Urban Studies for a discussion with Seth Klein about his new book, A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency.
Seth Klein is a public policy researcher, writer and adjunct professor in SFU’s Urban Studies program. Seth was the founding director and served the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives for 22 years. Drawing on his book’s theme, Seth will outline how we can align our politics and economy with what the science says we must do to address the climate crisis. There will be plenty of time for a Q&A with Seth at the end of the presentation, and a few lucky attendees will receive a copy of the book!
Join the RDKB and Interior Health- Healthy Communities team to learn more about how the state of our watershed influences our health and the health of our Boundary communities. Hear how community plans can help promote and protect resilient watersheds.
Registration available here.
What do you think should be the future of mobility and land use in B.C.? Join Moving in a Livable Region and George Affleck (BC Liberal Party), Bowinn Ma(BC NDP), and Harrison Johnston (BC Green Party) as they talk about what their party can and will do for the future of this province.
Event details: Thursday, October 15th, 2020 | 2:00-3:30pm PDT
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This webinar is brought to you by the Tamarack Institute.
Join for a discussion with Cormac Russell about his new book, Rekindling Democracy- A Professional’s Guide to Working in Citizen Space. Cormac will explore the shift from citizen-centred community development approaches to top-down institution-centred ones, and how we can challenge the status quo in order to reboot democracy.
Registration available here
This presentation will introduce an innovative framework for culturally-responsive evaluation within Indigenous contexts and examine how the framework has been applied in a real-world evaluation. Julie Zhang will begin with a brief overview of Chris Macklin's use of Two-Eyed Seeing as a guiding principle to integrate Indigenous forms of expertise and knowledge into the CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health.
WHEN: Friday, Sept 11, 2020 from 12 pm to 1 pm Pacific Time
Building healthy, equitable communities for all means authentically engaging community members in a way that develops trust, communication and collaboration—especially for those folks in our communities who are under-served or harder-to-reach. We know we must integrate an equity lens into our engagement planning at the fundamental stages of the process; but how do we do this in a way that ensures the community members who give their time and energy to our engagement processes are as empowered as possible?