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Author Archive for: Kira
About Kira Page
Kira is the Communications and Membership Engagement Coordinator at COCo, and trains organizations in conflict, anti-oppression, and communications.
Entries by Kira Page
Welcome to COCo’s December 2015 E-bulletin! COCo Note What is that Lobbying Law All About- And Will It Affect Me? Here at COCo, we’ve been getting a lot of questions recently about Law 56, or the Lobby law—and we have had a lot of questions ourselves! For this month’s e-bulletin, we’ve read through a lot of […]
In searching for great tools to help organizations plan their retreats, we stumbled on this wonderful article by Andrew Willis Garcés (writing on puravida.org). Andrew first dives into the #1 retreat mistake: getting really excited about new projects and new ideas, without any ability to follow through. Garcés reminds us of three questions that should guide […]
COCo held our annual retreat just last weekend, and so our staff and Board have been reflecting on what makes for a great one. Whether you’re using it for planning, visioning, or some crisis management, we’ve included some of our top tips for making a retreat great. Juniper, our funding development coordinator, says “Make it […]
Here at COCo, we’ve been getting a lot of questions recently about Law 56, or the Lobby law—and we have had a lot of questions ourselves! For this month’s e-bulletin, we’ve read through a lot of the great material being produced, and tried to distill it into its most basic components. We hope this […]
Welcome to COCo’s November 2015 E–bulletin COCo Note Will You Strike With Us on November 2nd and 3rd? On November 2nd and 3rd, community organizations across Québec will strike as part of an ongoing movement against austerity and for an increase in funding and recognition for the community sector. For the community sector, a strike doesn’t […]
Eval Pop offre cette année un temps d’arret aux organismes, à leurs membres et participants pour: Illustrer, résultats à l’appui, la contributions des pratique communautaires à la sécurité alimentaire des individus et du mieux être de la communauté Échanger sur les meilleurs façons de s’y prendre pour mésurer les changements auprès des leur participants Plus […]
If you are a career or employment counsellor and provide English-language services, you will not want to miss this conference focusing on issues affecting you and your clients. Join us on Monday, November 30, 2015, for the 13th Quebec Employment Service Providers Conference featuring, the Public Service Commission of Canada-speaking on Accessing jobs for persons […]
“Austerity” is being bandied around a lot these days, and beyond being about cuts, it’s not always clear what we’re talking about. We’ve collected a couple resources for people and organizations who are curious what austerity really means. The resources here are in English, are easily accessible, and go into details about the ways austerity […]
Recently published on Everyday Feminism, we really like this “listicle” of 9 ways we can make social movements more accessible. Kai Cheng Thom writes: “Social justice and feminist culture are incredible positive forces that can transform the way we see ourselves and the world around us…But sometimes those same activist cultures can be unnecessarily exclusive […]