fACTivist Winter 2017

Available now, our 2017 Winter fACTivist! This issue is all about women, featuring articles by ESPC staff and volunteers. Inside this Issue Executive Director’s Note Social Exclusion: One Cause of Missing Persons Edmonton Still Ranks Low in Women’s...

the fACTivist Winter 2017

Available now, our 2017 Winter fACTivist! This issue is all about women, featuring articles by ESPC staff and volunteers. Inside this Issue Executive Director’s Note Social Exclusion: One Cause of Missing Persons Edmonton Still Ranks Low in Women’s Equality A Timeline...

the fACTivist Fall 2016

Happy autumn! Ready to learn about compassion? This edition of the fACTivist is for you! Inside this issue: We All Win, When We All Win Compassion through Refuge Self-Compassion (Reprinted with permission from (http://nonprofitwithballs.com/) Why Do People Give? and...

the fACTivist Summer 2016

Welcome to Summer! This issue of the fACTivist addreses Edmonton Across the Ages, from babies to boomers and beyond. Inside this issue: YRAP Mentorship: By Youth, For Youth An Interview with Edmonton’s Next Gen The Way We Live: A Profile of Edmonton’s People Plan The...

the fACTivist Spring 2015: Affordable Housing

Inside this edition: Michael Shapcott’s Right to Housing Conference remarks, expiring federal housing agreements, Jay Freeman’s Top Ten List on affordable housing, nine Edmontonians talk about affordable housing and an introduction to new board member...

the fACTivist Winter 2015: Gay/Straight Alliances

Inside this edition: gender politics and the gay/straight alliances, an anniversary screening of Anne Wheeler’s Bye Bye Blues, using surplus school sites for affordable housing, homelessness and mental illness, tracing ESPC’s 75 years, profiling poverty in...
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