“In the Right Place” is a blog series of the COM-Unity project featuring conversations with our partner organizations. In each conversation, we try to get a sense for how belonging takes shape in their specific communities, and how the places we inhabit shape us—and how we, in turn, shape them. Today’s conversation is with Ben Loomer, project coordinator of the “I Belong” project with LEARN (Leading English Education and Resource Network).
Today’s conversation is with Guy Rex Rodgers, the founding executive director (2004-2022) of the English Language Arts Network (ELAN) and current manager of ELAN’s COM-Unity partnership initiatives.
‘In the Right Place’ is a blog series of the COM-Unity project featuring conversations with our partner organizations. In each conversation, we try to get a sense of how belonging takes shape in their organization and the communities they work in, and how the places we inhabit shape us—and how we, in turn, shape them.
We are pleased to announce that the COM-Unity project is now heading into its third year and bringing with it a new partner organization and an exciting roster of projects!
At the end of May, COM-Unity's Year 2 partner organizations came together to celebrate the wrap-up of a year of projects engaging English-speaking communities across Quebec through the arts, culture, heritage and education…
Santana Briggs, Y4Y Roaming Youth Cultural Ambassador for the 'You Are Here' project, reflects on her experience
Guest blog: Equity & Diversity in English Language Schools: Lessons Learned from the ‘I Belong’ Project
Emma Legault is a member of LEARN’s Provincial Resource Team. In this blog post, she shares some of the insights she has gained in her roles as one of the ‘I Belong’ project coordinators.
ELAN creates full-length feature documentary based on the videos from Waves of Change
New digital exhibition explores soldiers’ identity in the First World War
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