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Community Technology Coordinator at Commun-IT / COCo (Paternity leave replacement) About the Centre for Community Organizations: The Centre for Community Organizations (COCo) is a provincial non-profit that works to nurture an inclusive, social-justice oriented Quebec community sector where grassroots organizations can thrive. We believe that is an important part of creating a more just and […]
Welcome to COCo’s October 2017 E-bulletin! COCo Note Commit to the Community Sector! Upcoming Demonstrations and Actions Over the last decades, we have seen brutal budgetary cuts to social services and to non-profit funding. It puts community groups in a double bind: doing more work to reach people who are no longer being served by the […]
Whether you’re building the very first website for your organization or redeveloping an existing one, it is important to not rush headlong into the process without thinking things through. Design and cost are not the only important factors to take into account when developing a website. Here are some points to consider: Is your content […]
The Montreal chapter of Lesbians Who Tech, a community organization of queer women in and around tech (and those who love them), is holding its 3rd event of the season, exploring how technology can break barriers for social change. Commun-IT’s own Parker Mah will be on hand to speak about the work of Commun-IT around […]
COCo staffers were on hand last month to participate in the 18th Annual Allied Media Conference, held at the Wayne State University campus in Detroit, Michigan. The conference, which bills itself as a “collaborative laboratory of media-based organizing strategies,” ended up being that and so much more: a smorgasbord of workshops, skill-sharing, meetups, panels, and […]
The Centre des femmes solidaires et engagées located in Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough welcomes all women to a free evening conferences in English: October 1st at 7pm: Conference “Understanding the importance of wills and mandates to protect us and loved ones.” Lectured by a family Law Lawyer. October 8th at 7pm: Conference “Alzheimer’s Disease and other Dementias: […]
Featuring an impressive silent auction, complimentary food, wine, beer and live performance by The Hellbound Hepcats,Tune In To YES9 is not only an exciting networking and social event, it is also an opportunity to help local job-seekers, entrepreneurs and artists. Tickets are $125 and include complimentary wine, beer, food and live entertainment (partial tax receipts […]
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