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November 2009

Report: A Dialogue - Sport Matters Group: 2009 Progress Report and our Reply

Reflections on Sport Matters Group, a group who collaborates to advance sport and public policy, with a reply from the Foundation.

Tags: Resilience, John Cawley, Inclusion, Grantee reports, Sport for Development

December 12, 2013

Publication: Good Sport

by Silver Donald Cameron

Good Sport was written by award-winning author Silver Donald Cameron, and includes a foreword by Governor-General David Johnston. It is a compilation of stories that reflect the diversity of projects that took place in the Sport for Development initiative, from the participants’ perspectives.

Tags: Sport for Development

June 22, 2011

Report: MoreSports/YELL FUNdamental Sports for All

by MoreSports YELL

On the MoreSports YELL approach, its model, and its lessons learned. MoreSports Yell, based in Vancouver, has created community-based environments of support around making sport accessible to all.

Tags: Sport for Development, Resilience, Grantee reports, Engaging Youth

September 2011

Publication: Resilience

by Tim Brodhead

In a world of unpredictable change, what Canada needs most is Resilience.

Tags: Vibrant Communities, Tim Brodhead, Sustainability, Supporting Family Caregivers, Sport for Development, Social Innovation Generation, Resilience, Innovation, Inclusion, Engaging Youth, Community Service-Learning, ArtsSmarts, ALLIES

July 2010

Report: The Sport Matters Group: “Un-organizing” the Future of Canada’s Not-for-Profit Sector

by Paul Jurbala

Examines the informal structure of the Sport Matters Group (SMG) and offers insights on its status as a “un-organization.” Explores the advantages of SMG’s unconventional structure and offers inspiration on adopting its “un-organizational” framework. Originally published in The Philanthropist.

Tags: Resilience, Innovation, Sport for Development

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