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[Article] Preventable hospitalizations and deaths ‘of despair’ associated with income inequality

University of Alberta

Prevention and support programs should be targeted to regions with highest social inequities, researchers say.

[Report] Black Lives Experiencing Homelessness Matter: A Critical Conceptual Framework for Understanding How Policing Drives System Avoidance among Vulnerable Populations

Taylor and Francis Online

This paper examines racialized encounters with the police from the perspectives of people experiencing homelessness in San Diego, California in 2020. By some estimates, homelessness doubled in San Diego during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

[Study] Accessible, Functional Sheltering for People with Disabilities

MacEachen Institute

Study aimed to contribute to knowledge about accessible and functional sheltering during an emergency for all people, including people with disabilities.

[Webinar] Connecting People & Community- April Partners Meeting

Connecting People and Community for Living Well CORE Group

Connecting People & Community- April Partners Meeting

[Webinar] IG CAFE: How to Turn One-off Events into Longer-Term Programs

Intergenerational Linkages CoP CORE Group

IG CAFE: How to Turn One-off Events into Longer-Term Programs

[Webinar] Men's Sheds Coffee Pot- CORE Group Event

Men's Sheds CORE Group

Men's Sheds Coffee Pot- CORE Group Event

[Webinar] Immigrant Senior Sector Connections- Interagency Meeting- CORE group event

Immigrant Senior Sector Connections CORE Group

This Group aims to increase collaboration and connection among service providers who work with immigrant and refugee seniors in Alberta. Everyone is welcome to the next meeting!April meeting continues the conversation around Alberta action items for immigrant senior serving organizations around Sett

[Report] Employment by choice and necessity among Canadian-born and immigrant seniors

René Morissette & Feng Hou

Many seniors work past their mid-60s for various reasons. Some find it necessary to keep working because of inadequate retirement savings, mortgage payments, unforeseen expenses, or the responsibility to support children and other family members in Canada or abroad. Others choose to work to provide

[Report] Strengthening Cultural Responsiveness in Intergenerational Programs: Passion, Purpose, and Planning to Drive Equitable Change

Generations United

As part of Generations United’s diverse intergenerational programs initiative, they commissioned this report to highlight the intentional and creative ways that organizations are combatting systemic racism by prioritizing the voices and lived experiences of diverse staff and participants in the


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