After a provincial apology from the Children Aid’s Society left the local community feeling a lack of acknowledgement of their unique situation, the community and local CAS came together in the spirt of designing something by the survivors for the survivors. Binoojiinyag gaa-bi-giiwejig-Children who came home initiative was formed by engaging the community in education sessions and by forming a group of survivors to design what needed to be done.
Following the Social R&D: A National Gathering in March we checked in the event design team for their reflections on the event. If you want…
We are excited to work with as designers and facilitators for the 2021 National Practice Gathering. If you want to be part of the design team for the Spring convening, please express your interest!
The Social RnD Community is a group of practitioners dedicated to finding creative solutions to tackle complex challenges. This podcast highlights case studies of social RnD in practice and features storytellers from the National Social RnD Practice Gathering held virtually in June 2020.