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As we explore what supports meaningful citizenship for people with disabilities and beyond, we want to keep track of what we’re learning and share it so that these insights might help as you go out and build strong inclusive communities.

Check back to see what we’re learning through the project and also please share what you’re learning about inclusive citizenship in the comment sections.

Disability and Social Movements

One of our community allies from the University of Alberta Department of Anthropology, Associate Professor Kathleen Lowrey, wrote this article exploring the relationship between the disability rights movement and the social movements that have come before it.   Read more

Making Our Mark: Launching our Art and Citizenship collaboration

Yesterday Project Citizenship was excited to launch a new collaboration thanks to an Edmonton Arts Council grant.  

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The Power of Visual Stories

By Carmen Norris, MA

Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta _____________________________________________

What power do stories hold and what can they do for society?

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Citizen Think Tanks: Supporting Relevant Creativity In The Social Sector

In this video, Project Citizenship shares the unique creative problem solving processes they have been experimenting with over the last 3 years to help come up with ways to enhance the citizenship experience of people with disabilities.

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SKILLS Think Tank

Cool Think Tank last Wednesday with SKILLS thought leaders, a U of A researcher and guest Chris Hayduk from C.R.U.D.

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The Project Citizenship Story- Behind the scenes

This is a little more detailed explanation of Project Citizenship than the one on our main page.

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