9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
193 Augusta Avenue, Lower Level
Upgrade your skills in user centered design through a week of workshops where you’ll learn the essentials of digital psychology and emotional design.
Through plain-language lessons and hands-on exercises, you'll learn how to use psychology and neuroscience to design websites, apps and campaigns that are more intuitive, motivating and emotionally intelligent.
The webinar is intended to enable public health actors to more easily distinguish between the most widespread policy approaches that have been proposed to reduce health inequalities. These approaches are: political economy, macro social policies, intersectionality, life course, settings approach, approaches that aim at living conditions, those that target communities, and approaches aimed at individuals.
Presenter: Val Morrison, Research Officer at the NCCHPP
Beyond Boxes – Black, Mystery and Magic – Understand and Use the Theory of Change for your Programs
March 9 & 10, 2017
Centre for Social Innovation - Regent Park, 585 Dundas Street East, Meeting Room #2
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Simcoe County Museum, 1151 Highway #26
Are you wanting to make the business case for why your small, rural or northern community needs transportation? Then this event can provide you with the information that you need! It will have knowledgeable and experienced presenters, and bring those working on or thinking about Community Transportation (CT) together to learn new insights, share stories and network.
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Centre for Social Innovation Regent Park, 585 Dundas Street East, Toronto
Theory of Change describes the theory (or set of assumptions) that explain the steps that lead to the long-term goal of interest and the connections between program activities and outcomes.
This advanced two-day workshop will describe concepts related to theory of change, and apply the concepts discussed to enable participants to develop program theory including theory of change and action.
In 2011, the Province of Ontario amended the Planning Act to improve the supply of affordable housing in Ontario by requiring municipalities to allow second units in detached, semi-detached, row houses and ancillary structures. Fast forward to 2017 – what is the state of implementation, what are the barriers and what are the solutions? Join us on March 8 at noon for a webinar to learn about the results of research undertaken by CMHC in partnership with OPPI about the state of second units in Ontario.