Research UpdatesPeriodic posts on upcoming conferences, paper submissions, scholarships and jobs.
This book is a collection of case studies discussing social innovation initiatives across the globe. Check it out here.
The Alberta Community and Co-operative Association is recruiting underemployed, post-secondary graduates under 30 living in Alberta for 16-week paid internships. Find out more about this amazing opportunity to find work in your field of interest here.
The Centre for the Study of Co-operatives at the University of Saskatchewan has announced a new scholarship for MPP and PhD applicants at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. The Scholarship intends to offer students an opportunity to recruit students to study co-operative governance in their thesis and work closely with the Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.
For more information visit the University of Saskatchewan’s site here.
We are excited to unveil a new project for the CCRN website. This is intended to be a way to bring together research about important topics relating to co-operatives into one place.The first stage of this is a pilot project on the subject of “Indigenous Co-operatives in Canada”. These documents are meant to provide a starting point for researchers by bringing together literature reviews, anthologies, and case studies surrounding a specific topic. It will help identify gaps in the research while providing some practical and crucial knowledge of the subject itself. These documents are meant to be open and we hope that you, as members of the CCRN, will contribute links to any relevant resources on these subjects.
The topic of this project, Indigenous Co-operatives in Canada was one of particular importance to co-operative research. The co-operative sector has a unique relationship with Canadian indigenous communities. Organizations such as Arctic Co-operatives show us how crucial co-operative businesses are to the economic structure in some indigenous communities. Additionally, most of the literature will show that there is a strong link between co-operative values and indigenous economic systems. We hope that you find this information interesting and useful!
In the future, we hope to be able to provide a greater variety of these projects. Please let us know if there are any topics that you find important, relevant, and in need of further research.
Check out the new literature review here.
The Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) / Association de recherche sur les organismes sans but lucratif et de l’économie sociale (ARES) is asking for sumbissions to the Masters and Doctoral Awards programs that recognize outstanding research in the field of nonprofits and social economy.
For more information: Visit the ANSER—ARES website, www.anser-ares.ca. Contact the ANSER-ARES Awards Committee by email, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to submit your application.
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