Durham College has invested in its faculty and community partners to develop applied research projects in social innovation/enterprise. Eco-Ethonomics has been hired to design and deliver a workshop series in social innovation and social enterprise to assist faculty in developing their research ideas around persistent societal challenges. The workshops will be followed by further facilitation and support to assess the feasibility of each project, broker relationships with suitable partners …Read More
This fall, Eco-Ethonomics Inc. will be facilitating a Knowledge, Translation & Exchange Event for ARCH’s Sex Workers’ Needs Assessment with invited attendees including community service providers, law enforcement officials, & health care/mental health care professionals who work with women. In this session ARCH will present the findings of the Needs Assessment and Eco-Ethonomics Inc. will lead an interactive community engagement session to identify next steps and actions to be taken …Read More
The Young Women’s Christian Association is one of the most established and recognized organizations serving women in Canada. They provide employment training, affordable housing, community aid, and a wide range of services that support women. Eco-Ethonomics Inc. was engaged in the facilitation of a workshop where leadership from across Canada came together at the YWCA’s Annual Membership Meeting. With a multitude of topics covered, Eco-Ethonomics provided an opportunity to learn …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics designed, prepared and facilitated an interactive community engagement workshop for the provincial leadership across the local chapters of the National Farmers Union Ontario. Attended by 35 participants in April 2014, the workshop allowed the NFU delegates to work on promoting leadership through the organization, define their unique identity, and create action plans for community engagement and communications.
Eco-Ethonomics presented on Municipal Leadership in Social Enterprise and Social Innovation to municipal representatives across Ontario at the OMSSA conference in December 2013. The presentation is available at the OMSSA website:
Eco-Ethonomics worked in collaboration with Black Current Marketing to plan and facilitate the Urban Wood Industry Roundtable on behalf of the City of Toronto and LEAF. With over 35 industry leaders and sector builders with a stake in developing the local economy for Urban Wood attendees of the roundtable were highly engaged participants invested in developing the industry. Much of the wood within the City of Toronto is currently …Read More