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Is Social Capital Measurement Still Relevant?

This 2014 paper seeks to explore both the current and potential means for evaluating the role that social capital might yet play in urban policy and community development. In particular, this paper evaluates the possibility of an updated assessment of social capital measurement in the context of the following key question: What are the merits of an...

Cheryl Clieff

Cheryl is a professional planner and a graduate of the University of Calgary’s Master in Planning Program who has worked on and written about a variety of urban issues. Cheryl has received numerous awards for community volunteer work and research on urban planning themes such as sustainable design and affordable housing. Previous to her graduate...

"Big Society" and Social Responsibility

"It is incumbent on those of us who make it our business to think through such things to imagine how the 'Big Society' agenda could provide opportunity and hope within a cultural arc where both seem to be in short supply." —Ray Pennings A transcription of proceedings from the Manning Centre Special Briefing, held June 10, 2011 in Ottawa. The papers...

Cardus Education Survey 2016: Educating To Love Your Neighbour

The 2016 Cardus Education Survey report is available now. This is the second instalment focusing on Canadian graduates. In this report our goal is to provide a "fuller picture of Canadian graduates." That is, too many studies of graduate outcomes provide a reductive analysis of how well education prepares one for a good job. While this matters, our...