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Listening for the Unheard Voices. Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE). Presentation Outline. Introducing CFICE Setting the Campus Community Context Role of Evaluation in CFICE Dialogue. Listening for the Unheard Voices: CF:ICE Introductions. Presenters:

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listening for the unheard voices

Listening for the Unheard Voices

Community First:

Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE)

presentation outline
Presentation Outline
  • Introducing CFICE
  • Setting the Campus Community Context
  • Role of Evaluation in CFICE
  • Dialogue
listening for the unheard voices cf ice introductions
Listening for the Unheard Voices:CF:ICE Introductions

Presenters:

  • Geri Briggs, Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning/ Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement
  • Jane Hennig, Volunteer Action Centre of Kitchener-Waterloo & Area
  • Gary Martin, PhD, Community Environmental Sustainability Hub
  • Chris Yordy, PhD Student Researcher
  • Elizabeth Whitmore Professor Emerita School of Social Work
cfice context
CFICE Context

Funding challenges

Persistent Unemployment

Climate Change

Growing inequality

Violence

Learn/Research

Educate

Services

Social justice

Critical independent thought

Community Engaged Pedagogy

Knowledge, Experience

Connections

Post Secondary Institutions

Community Based Organizations

Community Engagement

Social justice

Campus Activities

Campus Operations

Resources, knowledge

Betterment of society

Community Development

Advocacy

Poverty

Food Security

Natural Environment

Social and Economic Environment

cfice purpose
CFICE Purpose

More Successful, Innovative, Prosperous, and Resilient Communities

Question:

How can community campus partnerships be designed and implemented to maximize the value created for non-profit, community-based organizations?

how we ll get there
How we’ll get there

Carleton University and the CACSL co-manage CFICE. Five self-managing research hubs carry out the work:

  • Poverty Reduction, Vibrant Communities Canada
  • Community Food Security, Food Secure Canada
  • Community Environmental Sustainability, the Trent Centre for Community-Based Education
  • Violence Against Women, Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies
  • Knowledge Mobilization, Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning

Policy and program change:

  • Universities and Colleges
  • Governments and Foundations
  • Community-Based Organizations
  • Strengthened Public Policies and Programs
  • Strengthened CBO Partnership Capacities
  • More Effective Partnership Policies in and Performance by PSE Institutions
  • More Appropriate, Sustained Partnership Support by Governments and Foundations
  • Critical Mass of Multi-Generational Leaders
  • Pan-Canadian Networks
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DIALOGUE QUESTIONS:

  • CFICE will be exploring the barriers and enabling factors for Community Campus Engagement to assist Community Based Organizations to achieve their goals
  • How do you demonstrate outcomes of your organization?
  • How do you assess the contribution of CCE to meeting the organizational goals?
  • What gets in the way of CCE and what supports it?
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CFICE Steering Committee

(Co-chairs)

Public and Private

Funders

SSHRC

Project Secretariat

(PI/CM/Adr)

Carleton University

Program Committee

(All Hub Co-leads)

KMb (Hub Co-leads)

Hubs

Community Food

Security

(Hub Co-leads)

Community Environmental Sustainability

(Hub Co-leads)

Poverty Reduction

(Hub Co-leads)

Violence Against

Women

(Hub Co-leads)

Sub-Projects and Other Activities with Participating National Networks, Community Organizations, Universities, Colleges, Governments and Foundations

CFICE ORGANIZATION

ces hub ottawa
CES Hub - Ottawa

SLOE-Obates project

My role

Provide links on campus and in sustainable building community in Ottawa

Administration

  • Goal is to help CBO (SLOE) create green planning for large redevelopment project in Ottawa
discussion
Discussion

Question for dialogue:

  • How do you reconcile the evaluation needs on the ground with reporting requirements of funders?