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In from the margins: Promising practices and possibilities for health and learning (2009)

Forum reflections report

This report provides a detailed account and analysis of a two-day forum entitled “In From the Margins: Promising Practices and Possibilities for Health and Learning,” held in Richmond, B.C., in March 2009.

The authors say they hope this report can be a resource for other organizations trying to address the health of marginalized adults and their families.

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Report of the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre's 2007 National Symposium (2007)

The Right to Learn

This report summarizes the proceedings of the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre’s second national symposium, held in June 2007 in Halifax. The event brought together more than 200 people representing community-based groups, non-profit organization, post-secondary institutes, government, and private-sector groups from across Canada for discussions on the theme The Right to Learn.

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Reflections Paper (2005)

The Ontario Literacy Coalition's Workplace/Workforce Literacy Symposium

This paper was written in May 2005 for the Ontario Literacy Coalition's Workplace/Workforce Symposium, which brought together delegates representing business, labour, literacy organizations, adult learners, adult education and training organizations, and government.

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What Learners Want (2006)

A Summary of Focus Groups and Interviews with Adult Learners in Saskatchewan

This document includes:
- An Introduction — Executive Summary
- A Summary of Focus Groups
- Personal Interviews Regarding other SLN Services
- Report Summary
- Appendices

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Feasibility Study on Literacy and Mental Health (2007)

The objective of the feasibility study on literacy and mental health was to enable literacy and mental health agencies to develop strategies to help adults who have serious mental illness, as well as literacy needs, to integrate more successfully into the community as learners, citizens, parents, workers and volunteers.

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Mind Over Violence Everywhere (M.O.V.E.) (2002)

M.O.V.E. is both a practical tool and a social action model. It starts with a discussion among youth about
their personal issues of violence. The participants work their way through five modules of activities,
carried out over two days each.

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Creating a Learning Culture - Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice (1997)

This manual outlines eleven learners' conferences, through providing agendas for sessions with full groups, small groups, and individuals.

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Second Chance Learners Handbook: Steps to Success (N.D.)

Handbook Guidelines to setting up a support group for adult literacy learners

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