Broad communications to sector about why R&D is important and urgent

In Winter 2018, Social R&D Community members were featured in a collection of articles for a supplemental section in the SSIR, The Stanford Social Innovation Review, on social innovation in Canada.

Articles include:

  • The Critical Role of Traditional Knowledge in Social Innovation
  • A New Model for CSR
  • A Path to Community Driven Food Driven Innovation
  • Supporting Women’s Rights in Troubled Times
  • Out of the Lab and Into the Frontline
  • Building a Social Finance Fund
  • Canada and the Sustainable Development Goals

See the publication (PDF file)

The Social R&D Community is curated by the Social R&D Fellowship. The Fellowship is an ongoing effort to seed a vibrant ecosystem of public good R&D across community, public, corporate and academic sectors.
The Social R&D Community acknowledges that our work takes place across the ancestral and unceded territories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.