Determinants, Income and Social Status, Social Support Networks, Education, Working Conditions, Physical Environments, Biology & Genetics, Personal Health Practices & Coping Skills, Healthy Child Development, Health Services

Social justice and the city: The new 'liberal formulation'

Type of Resource: Article
Source: (2001). International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 25(4), pp. 889-897.
Author: Harloe, M
 


Strategies for social inclusion: Promoting social cohesion or social justice?

Type of Resource: Book
Source: (2000) New York: St. Martin's Press, Inc.
Author: Lister, R
 


Count Me In!

I Introduction

II The Challenge of Defining Inclusion in Canada

III A Participatory Approach to the Challenge

IV The Definition of Inclusion

V The Framework for Inclusion

VI The Social Marketing Campaign

VII The Primer and Worksheets

VIII Next Steps

IX Conclusion

X References



--written by Michael Fay, with research by Betty Burcher, Krissa Fay, and Cathy Turl. Michael Fay is the coordinator of the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse's inclusion and health project, Count Me In!



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Taking Action Into Their Own Hands: People for Education as an Exemplar of Community-Led Advocacy

I Introduction

II First Steps

III The Tracking Studies

IV Information

V Communication

VI Action

VII Challenges



-- written by Karen Woods, Master's student in the Exercise Sciences, Behavioural Stream, Faculty of Physical Education and Health, and research assistant for the Physical Activity Research Program, Department of Public Health Sciences (http://www.phs.utoronto.ca/activeyouth), with additional material from Annie Kidder, People for Education. Karen's research interests include health behaviour, particularly physical activity, among youth and school health.



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