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RECODE Webinar on Constructive Engagement, with Innoweave's Ryan Conway.
Webinar discussion with the Advocacy School's Sean Moore. Sean shars some of the benefits of advocating for a field, the challenges of doing so, and shares some examples of effective advocacy in the Canadian context.
Webinar with Mount Royal University's James Stauch and Lesley Cornelisse to discuss their recently released report Strengthening Community Leadership Learning: Results of a Canada-wide research project on leadership learning for social change.
Ilona Dougherty outlines how educators and those working with young leaders and innovators can better support them
Explore the key findings from our Post-Secondary Education Mapping Survey, which asked students, professors, campus leadership, and diverse stakeholders how can the post-secondary sector better support innovation?
A webinar with Simon Fraser University's Shawn Smith and Groundswell's Gilad Babchuk to discuss the design of SFU Surrey's ReSchool event as a model for a hands-on conference and design sprint.
Webinar discussion with Scaled Purpose co-directors Miles DePaul and Sean Campbell to explore their findings from the recently released Scaled Purpose and Mount Royal University report: Where to Begin: How Social Innovation is Emerging Across Canadian Campuses.
Host Cheryl Rose walks us through the key questions involved in designing a campus change strategy.
Webinar discussion with SoJo's AJ Tibando and Riipen's Dana Stephenson to learn how their social businesses can support RECODE work on campus.
Dr. James Tansey and Jana Svedova discuss UBC's impact investing and seed fund strategy.
Karina LeBlanc and Jakob Wildman-Sisk share their experience bringing New Brunswick's first public social innovation lab to life—an initiative that leverages multi-sector expertise in order to understand the region's most pressing challenges and co-create solutions for them.
The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation senior social innovation fellows: Cheryl Rose and Allyson Hewitt guide us through a host of resources that look at how to create conditions for change to happen.
An introduction to RECODE and Q&A.