Webinar

Not Just Another Study
How to Move From Social Research to Social Change

May 20
9:00 am
90 mins
Dr. Alina Turner

Webinar Host

Dr. Alina Turner

Co-President & Co-Founder of HelpSeeker

Overview

HelpSeeker is excited to present our webinar: Not Just Another Study – How to Move From Social Research to Social Change

COVID has amplified social challenges, but also accelerated innovative solutions and approaches.

HelpSeeker’s social technology supports this innovation, helping move Canada away from costly social research and towards accelerated social change.

In this webinar, we will hear from social innovation leaders on community safety (Edmonton Police Chief Dale McFee), housing (CMHC VP Innovation Steff Jones), homelessness (ESDC Director Ian Cooper) and social technology (Dr. Alina Turner) on what’s next as we build back better in recovery.

Spoiler alert: we won’t be recommending yet another study.

Take-Aways

In this webinar, you will learn:

How HelpSeeker’s tools help communities translate social research into meaningful action.

What tools and support your community can use to support social change.

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Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and get the latest insights on system planning and social issues.

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Webinar Host

Dr. Alina Turner

Dr. Alina Turner

Co-President & Co-Founder of HelpSeeker

Dr. Alina Turner is the Co-President & Co-Founder of HelpSeeker, a social enterprise harnessing tech innovation for the greater social good. She is recognized as a leading researcher and thinker on social issues with proven implementation results.

Alina is a Fellow at The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary and serves on the Board of Directors for A Way Home Canada and the Alberta Rural Development Rural Advisory Board on housing and homelessness. Her work on system planning is recognized as a leading practice and often called upon as a model across communities. Her drive and passion for this work are grounded in her lived experience of the social issues she continues to challenge in her professional work.

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