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Posted: Mon 18 May 2015
By: Mareike Brunelli
In April 2015, the Universitas Programme of KIP International School published a special thematic issue of the journal Universitas Forum entitled "Inclusive urban development and poverty reduction: Learning from innovative practice". The project was carried out through funding from the...
Posted: Wed 29 April 2015
By: Darcy Penner
Creating fair work opportunities for people who have barriers to employment is an important issue facing all of Canada. Manitoba has been a national leader in the development of social enterprises that provide training and employment opportunities for people with barriers to employment. The...
Posted: Tue 7 April 2015
By: Larry Berglund
Public sector procurement objectives are quite predictable and intuitive – find savings for other departments to be able to meet their budgets. Why do municipalities, as an example, have a procurement department? The rationale is that supply chain professionals know how to put deals together...
Posted: Fri 20 March 2015
By: Mandy McDougall
During the 1940s, we were promoting campaigns for the widespread use of chemical pesticides with jingles like “DDT is good for me!” and videos showing people literally eating DDT by the spoonful: In retrospect, of course, we know that we messed up.  We messed up bad.  Yet we...
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