Supporting the exploration of Citizenship & Disability
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.
On April 16, 2015, 40 engaged citizens came together at the Stanley Milner Public Library for an afternoon of thought-provoking discussion and Lego® Serious Play® making of what inclusive citizenship can look like in action.Read more
Guest article by our main researchers on Project Citizenship,
Nancy Spencer-Cavaliere, PhD and Bethan Kingsley PhD Candidate, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, University of Alberta
In 2011, through shared interest, people in common, and some very good luck, we learned about Project Citizenship.Read more
Guest Post by University of Alberta MDes student Travis Holmes
The CommuniTEA infusion van is a provocative instant community.Read more
We are very pleased and grateful that Dr. Michael Rowe of Yale University wrote this article for Project Citizenship to further our learning about supporting citizenship of marginalized populations.Read more
In the spring of 2014, Project Citizenship was featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review Magazine.Read more