Supporting the exploration of Citizenship & Disability

Project Citizenship is an award-winning social change initiative that aims to help people with disabilities be recognized for their unique contributions in community.


Dive into our collection of photos and thoughts from people who care about engaged citizenship.


What We're

Explore our knowledge, and read the latest posts on what we're learning from the intersection of citizenship and disability.


What you
Can do

Explore tools and articles on ways you can go out and support engaged citizenship in community.


Latest Posts

Kourtney on being part of a collective

Kourtney on being a good citizen

What does citizenship mean to you?
Being collectively connected to something!

How do you help people to become better engaged in their community?
I run hockey workshops. Hockey allows youth to learn life skills such as teamwork, leadership, dedication, time management and how to play fair.…

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Interview with Artist Scott Berry

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In February 2015, the Nina Haggerty Centre held an exhibition titled Confusement.
This collaborative project resulted in “a mazelike installation with walls of black and white
eyeballs and a floating see of transparent figures,” and was led by Scott Berry, an Edmonton artist with …

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Guide to Visual Storytelling

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Our resident PhD student, Alexandra Duncan, has compiled this handy Guide to Visual Storytelling, which provides useful information and tips on how to document stories about people, whether you’re making a video or just snapping a few photos. Feel free to view and download the .pdf …

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Building Communities Together Through Engaged Citizenship

Still a few spots left. Sign up by Friday April 10th. 

We are very excited to be collaborating with University of Alberta Community Service-Learning students, and the Edmonton Public Library  to host a unique citizenship exploration at the downtown Stanley Milner Library on April 16th from 1-530pm.…

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