- From 503 notes from September 14, 2008: reform - health, social, education
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Between clusters, adaptation, engagement and opportunity can be combined with sustenance to provide access to healthy resources such as cooking classes, engage with helpful groups such as artists, and opportunities in training and community run businesses.
- From Shared Space Chapter 2 - Organizing for complexity: A statement of objectives is required. In support of this, the OECD's publication Society at a Glance: OECD Social Indicators organizes trends such as asylum seekers, suicides, divorce, employment, incarceration, gender wage gaps in four categories: human health, enhanced self-sufficiency, greater social inclusion, and greater equity of outcome - which correspond to the clusters of sustenance, adaptation, engagement and opportunity.
- From 503 notes from September 14, 2008: Castonguay - health reform; 1960-warning.pngThe date "1960-" was not understood. for public health; 2008 against
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: An issue is that clusters operate at cross purposes, are disconnected, have too few links, and a lack of collaboration. Therefore the communities agenda is tasked with creating healthy resilience clusters by improving links between cluster actors. It may be necessary to fill gaps first, for example, addressing affordable housing. It is also tasked with improving links, and finally to improve links between communities and government.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Success sequences may not be predictable, placebo effects may be created, and causality may not be clear - for example poverty may cause poor health, and poor health may cause poverty.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: The first Quality of Life Indicators report in 1999 provided a baseline for population, community, affordability, housing, workforce, health, community safety and participation; in 2005 charts changes and expands scope. This provides a sense of the current status and changing profile, and a base for exploring data. The data provided a contradictory picture, reflecting a need to revise the knowledge base and monitoring progress.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: The sustenance cluster focuses on decent affordable housing, adequate income, and health.
- From MW150113 - CED & Social Economy in Canada - A People's History.pdf: Nisga native in BC fought for land claims, own health care and school board.
- From MW150107 - Common Ground.pdf - Social Economy & CED: Social tasks - learning | school | training | train, housing, health and security, active culture & recreation, engage
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: Social health is a !Indicator | Indicators | measuring | metrics | indicator | indicators | Measured | trends | baseline | status | profile of a healthy economy. Healthy communities create stability, create networks of trust, foster learning and networking, and are critical for innovation. They attract skilled workers, who are critical to competitiveness. They are therefore recognised as the "engines of nations," and it is important to develop quality of life factors and provide social infrastructure. This includes addressing issues such as racial tension, poverty, employment and housing issues, social exclusion. drug abuse and domestic violence.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 4 - Supporting Sustenance: Safe and clean human habitats comprise the foundation of well being," and are a global social objective based on the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 200, the Istanbul Declaration on Human Settlements in 1996, and Agenda 21 in the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development in 1992. Statistics show a lack of proper food, shelter, and clothing in Canada, leading to health, social and economic problems.
- From 503 notes from September 14, 2008: putting in place alternatives - Point St. Charles - free clinic,deal with sources of ill health (wellness); mobilize social issues; food co-ops - all run by citizens.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: In the mental health field, the challenge model considers resilience the "ability to cope with stressful change, and perceived or actual threat by survivors. It identifies the internal traits - such as internal strengths, behaviours, and competencies - and interventions, through partnerships with caring individuals and professionals, who provide high expectations and opportunities, as well as childhood development. Individuals are made stronger by handling difficult circumstances well. Resilient individuals engage actively, seek opportunities, and thrive in changing environments. Adaptation, sustenance, opportunity and engagement must be used at different times, individually and in combination.
- From MW150132 - New Synergies.pdf: Multicultural Health Brokers Co-Operative Ltd. provide social, emotional support, education services for immigrants. Compensated through service contracts with health institutions, pilot/project funding.