Agenda for Social Change: Moving Forward
Surveys the key leverage points for exercising strategic leadership for addressing key trends at the local and regional level. Exemplary practice and understanding of key policy innovations are drawn from local and international sources. Provides an opportunity for students to engage in generative dialogue to explore learning that strategically advances civil society, social economy and strengthens communities. Understanding local and international key policy innovations are linked with the formulation of recommendations for action for moving forward.
Notes: - Restricted to students in the MACD program.
- Credit will be granted for either 517 and 520, or 526.
Graduate course in the Community Development program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.