Course Description

This course addresses the importance of community building given the realities of social exclusion and the challenges represented by diversity in the current social, political and economic context in Canada. The starting point is the particular view of reality held by people with disabilities. Students are encouraged to analyze power, inequality and influence before building strategies for action, and to develop a personal ethical stance in which to ground community development practice.


Prerequisite: CDST 501 or CINT 902 or CSWP 921

Relevant Programs


Thank you for your interest in this course. Unfortunately, it is not scheduled for the Spring 2020 term.

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