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The Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement's commitment to thinking differently about social change is the impetus for leading the University of Waterloo's second foray into the Map the System competition. Student and faculty engagement is up significantly this year as we build on the success of last year's endeavor.
Learn more about the growing excitement surrounding Map the System 2020 at the University of Waterloo.
New incubator participant shines a spotlight on mental health
The Centre welcomes Tina Chan and her venture Panic, Anxiety + Stress Support (PASS) Inc., a for-profit social enterprise that provides mental health support and awareness through the distribution of PASS kits. As an undergraduate student, Chan founded PASS Inc. in St. Paul's Greenhouse in 2015, another incubator in the social innovation ecosystem at the University of Waterloo. After completing her Masters of Science in Public Health & Health Systems in 2019, she has decided to make the Centre her home base and fully dedicate herself to her venture.
Learn more about how her mental health resources contribute to peace innovation.
Paul Born inducted into the Order of Canada
The Centre for Peace Advancement community congratulates Paul Bornon his recent appointment to the Order of Canada. Paul Born is the Co-CEO of the Tamarack Institute and Director of their Vibrant Communities program. Read CTV's highlight of Paul's work on poverty reduction and community development.
Meet the new (and returning) team members
The Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement welcomes three new team members! Victoria Lumax (top) is taking on the role of Communications Assistant until May 2020. Kirsten Mosey (bottom left) and Charity Nonkes (bottom right) are returning to the Centre as Incubator Fellows, having both served as Communications Assistant in 2019 and 2017, respectively.
Winter 2020 PeaceTech student leaders
Introducing the Centre's Winter 2020 PeaceTech Living Learning Community leaders: Neil Brubacher and Hannah Brubacher Kaethler. They are busy preparing for the many gatherings, guest speakers, and events this term that will inspire their peers to use #techforgood.
And here is our completed (mini) report from #12days4good! We learned so much from the experts in our community, and are excited to share what we learned in the coming days! While systems thinking is complex work, today opened our eyes to the benefits of mapping a system!
— Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement (@GrebelCPA)
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