Assessing the Possibilities for a Centre for Excellence on the Social Economy and English-speaking Quebec at Concordia University : Findings from Key Informant Interviews

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Title
Assessing the Possibilities for a Centre for Excellence on the Social Economy and English-speaking Quebec at Concordia University : Findings from Key Informant Interviews
Abstract
The Secrétariat aux relations avec les Québécois d’expression anglaise (SRQEA) funded the Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN) to assess the feasibility of creating a "Centre for excellence on the social economy and English-speaking Quebec" at Concordia University. The main part of the study is findings from interviews with key stakeholders to assess the feasibility of creating the Centre for Excellence at Concordia University.
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Qu’anglo Communications & Consulting
Date
n.d.
Pages
80
Language
en
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Citation
Maynard, Hugh, Charlie Rossignol, Zoe Aikman, and Olivia Champagne. Assessing the Possibilities for a Centre for Excellence on the Social Economy and English-Speaking Quebec at Concordia University : Findings from Key Informant Interviews. Qu’anglo Communications & Consulting, n.d.
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Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN)

Founded:
2008

Constituents:
People seeking information on English-speaking Quebec; members of QUESCREN’s networks (Inter-Level Educational Table, researcher-members, etc.)

Website:
https://www.concordia.ca/artsci/scpa/quescren.html

Activities:
Mobilizing knowledge; researching and publishing; networking the English-language education sector and a researcher-member group; managing multi-partner community-based research and development projects; training students

Former Names:
none