Digital Resource Library

Your Research Hub.

Our Resource section is an information hub for Alberta's third sector. We collect publications for, by, and about nonprofits and social services in our province. Start your search using keywords in the search box below or browse the various categories.

 

Research Update April 2017

We do the reading so you don't have to! Inside this update:

A Review of October 2016 Point‐in‐Time Homeless Counts in Alberta (7 Cities on Housing and Homelessness, November 2016), Reviewed by Janine Isaac Another Perspective on Alberta’s 7 Cities Homeless Count, Reviewed by Navroop Tehara

Pilot Lessons: How to design a basic income pilot project for Ontario (Evelyn Forget et. al, Mowat Centre, 2016), Reviewed by Maxwell Harrison

Why More Education Will Not Solve Rising Inequality (And May Make it Worse) (Kelly Foley and David Green, June 2015), Reviewed by John Kolkman

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File name April 2017 Research Update.pdf File Size 228 Kilobytes File Type pdf (application/pdf) Created Date Tuesday, 04 April 2017 Modified Date Tuesday, 04 April 2017

ESPC headquarters also feature a library, where hard-copies of a number of publications are stored. Everyone is welcome to browse the materials;memberscan borrow items.  Individuals looking for a quiet research spot or groups looking for a comfortable meeting space can contact us to book time in the library.

Hours: 9:00am–4:30pm, Monday to Friday        Photocopies: 10 cents per page.

Is there something missing from our library? Are you looking for help with your research? We'd love to hear from you!  Email johnk@edmontonsocialplanning.ca or call 780.423.2031 x 350

 

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