Healthy Society

This resource explores the links between healthy communities and economic opportunities.

-All-In Nation:  An America that Works for All

Jul 4 2016 - 5:00pm

Learning Initiatives for Rural and Northern BC (LIRN BC) is a collaborative approach to building on the capacities of rural, remote and Northern British Columbian communities. The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is proud to partner with government and non-government organizations to provide and facilitate workshops to promote community learning and collaboration in rural and northern communities.

Mayor Josie Osborne of Tofino enthuses about the Coastal Family Resource Coalition:  a "virtual and real network and hub of people who are involved in all aspects of community, healthy living and personal health, with a special focus on children, youth and families."  This inspiring coalition draws on the expertise and experience of many different community members and is a powerful collaboration for community change.  This interview was recorded at the 2015 UBCM Convention.
 

In this video recorded at the 2015 UBCM Convention, Jessie Hemphill of Port Hardy celebrates the success of many different ministries, organizations, and community members collaborating with local government to discuss health issues within the community.  Results have included transit in the north island, a holistic addictions service plan, and many more incredible community projects.

The toolkit was designed to support (in particular smaller) towns in the UK and Ireland to prepare for change.  The compass model helps communities assess and then make plans to strengthen four aspects of resilience: healthy, engaged people; inclusive, creative culture; cross community links and a localized economy.

- Fiery Spirits Community of Practice, Carnegie UK Trust 

This research explored the extent to which rural areas are and should be engaged with sustainability planning, what that looks like in a rural context and if stakeholders feel a sense of engagement with urban and provincial sustainability goals.  The findings are important for local governments, planners and agriculture activists.

- Fraser Basin Council

This toolkit is for people working in community development, health and community leaders who want to strengthen community resilience factors: social networks & support, positive outlook, learning, early experience, environment & lifestyle, infrastructure, sense of purpose, diverse economy, embracing differences, beliefs and leadership.

- University of Queensland and University of Southern Queensland (2008)

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