- 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 2 - Organizing for complexity: This requires a strong focus on relationships, networks, sharing credit, addressing turf wars (for example, by compelling collaboration).
- From MW150102 - Editorial - The End of the Beginning.pdf: Emphasis since 2004 on celebrating; communicating (especially to English press/population); educate to senior civil servants, present at important meetings. Need to strengthen dialogue between CCEDNet, networks and movement with shared values goals, members including credit unions, women | Women's groups, Aboriginal and anti-poverty groups, Community Futures Development Corporations, union | unions movement, business | businesses sectors (especially those with social mandates); evaluate (specify strategy | strategies uses, eg capacity building, research not just for academically-led research projects, defining patient capital, is it meeting social economy enterprise needs, organizing for the right !Collaboration | collaboration | Partnership | partnership | synergistic | partner | collaborative - Québecers better prepared because of Foundation | foundation, for human capital, better integration of existing programs - 5-city demonstration project advocate by Learning Enrichment Foundation and CCEDNet, cost-benefit research for integrated, outcomes | Outcome | Outcomes-driven approaches. Looking to allies in Martin government; activate, Innovation | emerging | Emerging | modernization, agitate.
- From Shared Space Chapter 1 - Reaching for Resilience: The concept of clusters originated in research in the 1960swarning.pngThe date "1960s" was not understood., with Michael Porter's 1990swarning.pngThe date "1990s" was not understood. sector-based form, focused on geography, informal relationships, and supporting institutions. In the communities agenda framework, the social dimension of communities is the result of related geographic clusters that are synergistic networks of activity, which thrive due to proximity.
- From Concepts: * Chantier de l'économie sociale - 1996 Québec social economy network of networks, community-university
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Service integration is a way to reduce artificial segregation which creates gaps, redundancies and problems and make services more accessible and integrated. Service Canada is designed to provide service integration. Quebec consolidates services under the CLSCs and local service networks, and Saskatchewan with the Human Services Integration Forum and SchoolPlus. Edmonton has created a report A New Perspective: An Integrated Service Strategy.
- From Shared Space - Chapter 3 - Working in the Shared Space: Building knowledge for different interventions requires a focus on different clusters; affordable housing, homeless and income security conforms to sustenance; child care, social networks and literacy to adaptation; recreation, cultural expression or local decision-making to engagement; skills training, employment and asset creation to the opportunities cluster.