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UAlberta launches free online Science Literacy course

University of Alberta

This new course teaches learners how to think critically about science—and how to tell the difference between sound scientific studies and pseudoscience. If you are looking for activities to do at home, check this free course out! LEARN MORE HERE

Seven principles for a rights-based public health response to COVID-19

HelpAge International

Responses to COVID-19 are an opportunity to protect the lives, dignity and well-being of everyone, everywhere. Human rights provide a framework to strengthen the effectiveness of these responses and can help us assess whether public health measures are appropriate or not. As public health measures

Statistics Canada: Data literacy training

Statistics Canada

As Canada's national statistical organization, Statistics Canada is committed to sharing knowledge and expertise to help all Canadians develop their data literacy skills. The goal is to provide learners with information on the basic concepts and skills with regard to a range of data literacy topics.

Example of implementing a community inclusion/diversity initiative

Mill Woods Cultural Diversity Collaborative

The Mill Woods Cultural Diversity Collaborative (MWCDC) is a multisectoral collaboration group of 30+ service providers, ranging from not-for profits, churches, government bodies and community members, who are passionate about an inclusive, healthy, and thriving culturally diverse community. In 20

Quick Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Toolkit

Trauma Informed Care Collective

In a climate of universal trauma, trauma-informed care (TIC) is needed now more than ever. TIC offers a useful lens for processing the effects of COVID-19 and also prepares us for the possibility of increased trauma as a result of the pandemic. These resources will not only equip people to care for

National Mentoring Resource Centre

National Mentoring Resource Centre

The National Mentoring Resource Centre (NMRC) is an American-based organization that aims to improve the quality and effectiveness of youth mentoring through increased use of evidence-based practices and sharing practitioner innovations. NMRC offers free recorded webinars and other resources that



LINKages facilitates innovative intergenerational programs and services that encourage involvement, transfer of knowledge, and capitalize on the strengths of youth and seniors to foster strong Alberta communities. Programs offered by LINKages include: IG After School Programs Care Centre/School

Alberta Mentoring Partnership

Alberta Mentoring Partnership

This website will be of interest to organizations which support and/or deliver intergenerational programs in their communities. The Alberta Mentoring Partnership (AMP) is a network of community mentoring agencies, government, and youth working together to raise the profile of mentoring in Alberta. A

This Chair Rocks - Resources to Address Ageism

Ashton Applewhite

This website was created by Ashton Applewhite, the author of This Chair Rocks - a manifesto against ageism. The website offers videos and resources to raise awareness about ageism, including a guide to help start consciousness raising groups about ageism.Ageism is stereotyping and discrimination on


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