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The Élisabeth-Bruyère School of Social Innovation is the first school of social innovation in Canada. Its approach to social innovation is clear: its objective must be social transformation. Its pedagogical approach is founded on practical engagement, block-style teaching, and integration with the Mauril-Bélanger Social Innovation Workshop.
The Mauril-Bélanger Social Innovation Workshop (The Atelier) is a space for training, collaboration, co-working, and launching social organizations that will have a positive impact on our community and that will fight poverty. Linked to Saint Paul University’s Élisabeth-Bruyère School of Social Innovation, this unique space is a dynamic junction between innovative project incubation, non-profit organizations, social entrepreneurship, independent workers, and social innovation research.
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Summer school 2019 – Cultivating Social Change: Social Innovation in Food System Transformation
Food has long been a tool and site of societal transformation. Over the past 30 years, individuals and groups have sought increasingly innovative ways to address the social, environmental and economic challenges facing our food system, while also imagining and articulating the possibility for a new kind of food system. From food co-operatives and community…