CD 501

Anchoring a Change Agenda: Foundations

Units: 1.5

Grounds students in a solid understanding of the multiple historical, theoretical and conceptual frameworks of the role of civil society and the social economy in advancing progressive economic, political and social change, including the economics of social justice. The powerful intersection of theory and practice will be examined and critically assessed in the context of the capacity of co-operatives, non-profits and community development organizations to respond to key contemporary societal issues, global trends, and to consider implications for the future.

Prerequisites:

  • Admission to MA program in Community Development; or
  • permission of the program.

Graduate course in the Community Development program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Schedules:
Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018

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