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The Canadian CED Network's CED in Manitoba Profiles Project will include 50 stories of Manitoba communities working to build fairer and stronger local economies, reduce poverty, and revitalize neighbourhoods.
Not all of the initiatives highlighted in the Project use a fully comprehensive CED approach, but each represents an important component of a CED solution.
A new report, Understanding and Promoting Effective Partnerships for CED - A Case Study of SEED Winnipeg’s Partnerships, identifies the factors that have contributed to SEED Winnipeg's successful partnerships and includes suggestions on how to improve future relationships.
The Youth Mentorship initiative was a national project created to enhance current programs and services for children and families. The approach sought to strengthen engagement of youth through their voluntary involvement and mentorship with younger members of their communities. This initiative was developed in partnership with four primary partners from diverse communities across the country that were each supported in developing and documenting their Community Economic Development (CED) approaches to youth mentorship.
The Social Economy Stories Project
The blending of social and economic objectives is taking root across the world as the best means to replace dependency and exclusion with self-determination and self-sufficiency.