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Framing the Core: Health Inequalities and Poverty in Saskatoon's Low-income Neighbourhoods
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Exemplary Partnerships for Low-threshold Services: The PHS Community Services Society and Vancouver Coastal Health
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Annotated Bibliography: Not-for-profit-Organizations
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Links
Organizations
The Canadian CED Network. A national organization supporting community economic development.
 
Vibrant communities. Linking communities across Canada to reduce poverty.

COCo - Centre for Community Organizations. A resource centre for Québec's community sector.

Réseau québécois de villes et villages en santé [Quebec network of healthy cities and towns.] A Québec movement that seeks to promote and support sustainable development of healthy living environments. In French only.

Le Réseau d'aide aux personnes seules et itinérantes de Montréal [a Montréal network to help homeless persons which also focuses on social and economic exclusion more broadly.] In French only.

Articles and books
Lasker, R.D. and E.S. Weiss (2003). Creating partnership synergy : the critical role of community stakeholders. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 26 ( 1), 119-39. Abstract available on the PubMed site.

Salamon, L. M. (ed). (2002). The State of Nonprofit America. USA : Brookings Institution Press. Read a summary on the site of Brookings Institution Press.

Contact
François Gagnon

Val Morrison

 

Problem Framing and its Implications for Partnerships with Not-for-profits
This presentation was part of the NCCHPP's pre-conference session on healthy public policy at the Canadian Public Health Association's 2009 Conference.
Published in June, 2009.  DescriptionDownload  1.09 M.
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The NCCHPP presented a Pre-Conference Session at the Canadian Public health Association 2009 annual Conference in Winnipeg on June 7. The title of the Pre-Conference Session was Healthy Public Policy: From Theory to Practice.

With a mix of presentations, case studies and small group discussions, this session focused on practical means for acting upon public policy, including collaborating with not-for-profit organizations.

Problem Framing: Implications for Partnerships with Not-for-profits
 1.09 M
Image - first page of presentation - click to download 

To view the two other presentations introducing the three areas under discussion during the day's workshop, check the links below.

Health Impact Assessment: A Public Health Practice for Developing Healthy Public Policies.

Deliberative Processes and Healthy Public Policies

Click here to consult the day's
Agenda  159 K
The production of the NCCHPP website has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.