CED Case Study and Social with Alisha Maxfield

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20 October, 2016

"There is enormous benefit in having the community come together to share their perspectives and advocate together for system changes. Through that community involvement grassroots change can occur. People come together and start thinking about solutions."4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The AMP (Buzzer: #9050)
90 - 425 Carrall Street

Join Simon Fraser's CED Certificate Program at the AMP for a case study of a local CED initiative. Alumni Alisha Maxfield will field questions about her work in Vancouver's downtown eastside (DTES) with the Community Economic Development Strategic Action Committee.

Register for the CED Case Study + Social with Alisha Maxfield

There will be food and drinks and a chance to connect with the 2016/17 SFU CED cohort, alumni and instructors while hearing about CED in action.

Applications are still open for the October 2016 to May 2017 program. Learn more about the SFU CED Certificate Program

Vancouver  British Columbia
Introduction to CED
Poverty Reduction
Stories and Experiences