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This toolkit aids in assessing and enhancing cultural competence in your organization or community effort. Although it is written largely from a community health perspective, its methodology is transferable to other subject areas.
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This toolkit provides guidance for increasing participation and engaging stakeholders in change efforts.
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This toolkit provides supports for developing core components of a community intervention and adapting them to fit the context.
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This toolkit helps in developing a general plan for enhancing leadership and its core tasks. Although it is written largely from a community health perspective, its methodology is transferable to other subject areas.
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This toolkit helps in developing a vision, mission, objectives, strategies, and action plan for the effort. Although it is written largely from a community health perspective, its methodology is transferable to other subject areas.
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This toolkit helps in developing a picture of the pathway from activities to intended outcomes. Although it is written largely from a community health perspective, its methodology is transferable to other subject areas.
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 This toolkit helps in analyzing personal and environmental factors that influence the problem to be addressed. Although it is written largely from a community health perspective, its methodology is transferable to other subject areas.
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       This toolkit provides guidance for conducting assessments of community needs and resources. Although this document is written from a community health perspective, there are numerous applications of this methodology.
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This toolkit provides guidance for creating a partnership among different organizations to address a common goal.
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Inequities experienced by Aboriginal people in Canada due to residual effects of colonization and assimilation are evident; research is needed focusing on positive strategies for health and healing in urban settings. Participatory action research (PAR) is identified as an appropriate method of research for engaging collaboratively with Aboriginal people. This study involved seven First Nations...
Author(s): Carla S. Ginn, University of Calgary; Judith C. Kulig University of Lethbridge

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