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  1. Evaluation e-Learning Course

    LEARN TO EVALUATE AND MEASURE IMPACT​ As a part of our commitment to support the nonprofit sector in building healthy, vibrant communities in Ontario, OTF wants to help organizations achieve their outcomes by offering the sector the opportunity to learn ...

  2. Sector Insights: Supporting Child Voice Through The Arts

    Spotlight on the Hamilton Charter of Rights for Children and Youth An interview with Victoria Long-Wincza, Program Manager of Culture for Kids in the Arts. supporting_child_voice_through_the_arts.pdf Knowledge Centre Document Promising Young People ...

  3. Sector Insights: Supporting Families in Hamilton

    A conversation with Marni Flaherty Excerpts from an interview with Marni Flaherty, former Co-chair of the Parent and Family Engagement Committee, a standing committee of the Hamilton Best Start Network. supporting_families_in_hamilton.pdf Knowledge Centre ...

  4. Sector Insights: Supporting Middle Years Children with Special Needs

    A conversation with Erin Sheldon Excerpts from an interview with Erin Sheldon, parent of two and CEO of Integration Action for Inclusion. supporting_middle_years_children_with_special_needs.pdf Knowledge Centre Document Promising Young People ...

  5. Profiles of Wellbeing in Ontario

    To build on strengths and tackle challenges, the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) — an agency of the Government of Ontario and one of Canada’s largest granting foundations — commissioned the  Canadian Index of Wellbeing (CIW)​  to produce detailed ...

  6. Central- Full Canadian Index of Wellbeing Report

    The Central region of Ontario has a population that is generally younger, is made up of more families who are living in their own homes, and boasts one of the highest levels of ethnic diversity. ciw_regional_report_-_central.pdf Knowledge Centre Document ...

  7. East- Full Canadian Index of Wellbeing Report

    The East region of Ontario has a population that is somewhat older, is made up of families who are living in their own homes, and boasts one of the highest percentages of people with knowledge of both of Canada’s official languages. ciw_regional_report_- ...

  8. North- Full Canadian Index of Wellbeing Report

    As the smallest part of the population living in the largest land area of the province, residents of the North region of Ontario face a number of unique challenges. ciw_regional_report_-_north.pdf Knowledge Centre Document ...

  9. Toronto- Full Canadian Index of Wellbeing Report

    Toronto has a population that is the youngest in the province overall, has the fewest married people and the most living on their own, the highest percentage of renters, and is by far the most ethnically diverse. ciw_regional_report_-_toronto.pdf ...

  10. West- Full Canadian Index of Wellbeing Report

    The West region of Ontario has a population that is generally older with over a third of the population over the age of 50 years, married and living in their own homes. Residents speak predominantly English and very few having a working knowledge of both ...

  11. Central- Canadian Index of Wellbeing Snapshot

    With 1/3 of Ontario’s population, this fast-growing region is home to the youngest demographic in the province and has the fewest families led by single parents. The population is highly educated and very diverse ethnically. Employment rates and family ...

  12. East- Canadian Index of Wellbeing Snapshot

    With 1/5 of Ontario’s population, this steadily growing region is home to a slightly older demographic and has fewer families led by single parents. There are fewer racialized populations in the region, and while most residents speak English as their ...

  13. North- Canadian Index of Wellbeing Snapshot

    Ontario’s North Region has almost 90% of the land with only 6% of the population. Unemployment rates are high and family incomes are lower than the provincial average. The population is expected to decline by just over 1% which contrasts sharply with ...

  14. Toronto- Canadian Index of Wellbeing Snapshot

    With 20% of Ontario’s population living on just 0.1% of the land, Toronto is densely populated. It is by far the most diverse region. Nearly 1 in 2 people are members of racialized populations and have a mother tongue that is not English or French. Single ...

  15. West- Canadian Index of Wellbeing Snapshot

    Accounting for 4% of the land in Ontario, the West region is home to 21% of the population. Residents are slightly older than the provincial average — almost 40% are over 50. The region’s growth rate is three times lower than Ontario, and while 73% of ...

  16. How Do Arts and Culture Make a Difference?

    An introduction to Animating Democracy’s Continuum of Impact Guide for measuring social and civic outcomes in arts projects. Knowledge Centre Webinar Inspired People ...

  17. Evaluating Arts for Social Change & Community-Engaged Arts Projects

    An introduction to an online evaluation tool for arts organizations. Knowledge Centre Webinar Inspired People ...

  18. What Makes Arts for Change Work Excellent?

    An introduction to Animating Democracy’s Aesthetic Perspectives: Attributes of Excellence in Arts for Change Toolkit. Knowledge Centre Webinar Inspired People ...

  19. John Beebe on Samara Canada's Partnership on Democratic Engagement

    John Beebe speaking about his work at Samara Canada and their partnership with community organizations to enhance democratic engagement. The focus of the work included reaching people who are not on the ladder or engagement and how we build a culture of ...

  20. Dr. Paul Favaro on Action-oriented & Empowerment Evaluation

    Dr. Paul Favaro speaks about empowerment evaluation, what that means and what it entails. He remarks on the maturation of evaluation in response to growing diversity and increasing recognition that there are specific conditions for success that must be ...

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