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Community voices, perspectives and priorities: Civic panel reports

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Author: 
various
Publication Date: 
23 Mar 2005
Availability

See links below.

Project description:

Inclusive Cities Canada has released 'social inclusion' reports on five cities -- Saint John, Toronto, Burlington, Edmonton and Vancouver. Inclusive Cities Canada is a unique, participatory research initiative that uses a social inclusion framework to build people-friendly cities, promote good urban governance and develop strategies for supporting urban diversity.

The federally-funded initiative set up Civic Panels made up of community and municipal leaders to conduct social inclusion 'audits'. Over 1,000 participants contributed to the findings. The research examined important dimensions of social inclusion, such as how cities respond to diversity, levels of civic engagement, living conditions, opportunities for human development and community services.

The following reports are now available:

St. John
- Full report

Toronto
- Full report
- Executive summary

Burlington
- Full report
- Executive summary

Edmonton
- Full report

Vancouver/North Vancouver
- Preliminary findings
report
Entered Date: 
31 Mar 2005
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