Social Inclusion, Local Democracy and Community Enterprise
0.5 Credit - Fall
This core course in the Community Engagement Option
studies the processes of understanding and addressing structural barriers that
affect individuals at the community level, and explores the collaborative
infrastructures and concepts of fair distribution of resources and knowledge
within the frameworks of social inclusion, local democracy and community
enterprise. Relevant themes, concepts, and models of local democracy, community
development, distributive economics and inclusion are investigated through
readings, lectures, assignments, and engaged learning experiences at The Working
Centre in downtown Kitchener.
Editorial Revision June 14, 2017: CMEG301 Co-requisite deleted; effective September 1, 2017.