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Created Date Thursday, 11 June 2015
Modified Date Wednesday, 01 March 2017
Filesize 95 Kilobytes

The Power of Lobbying: A Summary of Peter Faid's Remarks to "Interaction '89: Schools and Communities in Partnership"

Title: The Power of Lobbying: A Summary of Peter Faid's Remarks to "Interaction '89: Schools and Communities in Partnership"
Author(s): Faid, Peter
Subject: Non-profit organizations - lobbying, advocacy
Place of Publication: Edmonton
Date of Publication :1989
Abstract: Remarks on the power of lobbying summarized from his presentation to Interacation 89: schools and communities in partnership
Language: English
Material Type: Presentation

Created Date Wednesday, 26 November 2003
Modified Date Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Filesize 1.97 Megabytes

2003 Plenum Report: Building Community Partnerships through Collaboration, Research, and Advocacy: Program Guide

Title: 2003 Plenum Report: Building Community Partnerships through Collaboration, Research, and Advocacy: Program Guide
Corporate Author: Northern Alberta Alliance on Race Relations (NAARR)
Subject: Racism
Publisher: Northern Alberta Alliance on Race Relations (NAARR)
Place of Publication: Edmonton
Date of Publication: 2003
Language: English
Material Type: Proceedings
Abstract: Conference program, including papers, presentations and session descriptions. This two-day forum brought together researchers, policymakers and practitioners to share their research outcomes and action plans related to race relations. A critical theme throughout was the importance of community partnerships and collaboration in addressing racism.

Created Date Friday, 03 October 1986
Modified Date Wednesday, 01 March 2017
Filesize 252 Kilobytes

Address to the Annual Meeting of Family and Community Support Services, Grande Prairie, Alberta: Privatization and the Non-Profit Sector - How Should Community Agencies Respond?

Title: Address to the Annual Meeting of Family and Community Support Services, Grande Prairie, Alberta: Privatization and the Non-Profit Sector - How Should Community Agencies Respond?
Author(s):Faid, Peter
Subject: Social services - privatization
Publisher: Edmonton Social Planning Council
Place of Publication: Edmonton
Date of Publication: 1986
Language: English
Material Type: Presentation

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