fACTivist Feature Article: Addressing Racialized Populations’ Barriers to Affordable Housing

fACTivist Feature Article: Addressing Racialized Populations’ Barriers to Affordable Housing

fACTivist Feature Article: Addressing Racialized Populations’ Barriers to Affordable Housing February 18, 2020 Note: this is excerpted from the Spring 2021 edition of our fACTivist publication. The Edmonton Social Planning Council, in collaboration with volunteers and...
fACT Sheet — C5 Collaborating for Change

fACT Sheet — C5 Collaborating for Change

fACT Sheet — C5 Collaborating for Change February 18, 2020 Download the C5 Collaborating for Change fACT Sheet (PDF) Introduction C5 is a group of Edmonton-based agencies working toward collective action in the community since 2015. Together, they’ve...
Feature Report — Confronting Racism with Data: Why Canada Needs Disaggregated Race-Based Data

Feature Report — Confronting Racism with Data: Why Canada Needs Disaggregated Race-Based Data

Feature Report — Confronting Racism with Data: Why Canada Needs Disaggregated Race-Based Data February 24, 2021 Download Confronting Racism with Data: Why Canada Needs Disaggregated Race-Based Data (PDF) History has shown that race-based data can be used to uphold...
Tracking the Trends 2020

Tracking the Trends 2020

Tracking the Trends 2020 November 16, 2020 Download Tracking the Trends 2020 Tracking the Trends provides a comprehensive overview of Edmonton’s social well-being. The Edmonton Social Planning Council (ESPC) is pleased to present this 15th edition of Tracking the...

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