Liberals have long believed that their political positions have been developed through more reasoned, rational, informed and thoughtful processes than conservatives have. A new book challenges that notion.
Non-profit, community and government leaders are often insecure about inviting businesses to be part of their social transformation initiative. “Why would business care?” they ask themselves. “What is the pitch that is most likely to succeed in recruiting them?”
It seems to be part of human nature that we are most comfortable when we are hanging out with people who are much like ourselves. But most of the social conditions we are trying to improve are well beyond the capacity of any one sector to change on its own.
Many of our collaborations are focused at the neighbourhood level. What are the strengths of that? What are the limitations? Can we lift up any best practices? At the CCI, we hope to find some answers.