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McGill Social Policy Workshop - Day 1

Anna Liisa Aunio, Ben Authers, Aimé Dontigny, Elizabeth Ellis, Ajay Heble, Debra Henderson, Gordon Knox, David Lametti, Eric Lewis, Desmond Manderson, Greg Marchildon, Karel Mayrand, Tracey Nicholls, Ian Peach, Tina Piper, Sara Ramshaw, Keith Sawyer, Shawn Van Sluys, Dana Vocisano, Ellen Waterman, Daniel Weinstock

Published: 2009-06-17

VIDEO/AUDIO: A recorded roundtable discussion of the use of improvisation as a lens through which to understand both the process of public policy formation and that of public policy implementation. TEXT: Biographies of workshop participants and an introduction to improvisation, law, and social policy.

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  • McGill_Social_Policy_Workshop_bios.pdf

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  • Introduction_to_Improvisation_Social_Policy_and_Law.pdf

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  • Social_Policy_Workshop_day1.m4a

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  • Social_Policy_Workshop_day1_highlights.mp4

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Listening itself, an improvisative act engaged in by everyone, announces a practice of active engagement with the world, where we sift, interpret, store and forget, in parallel with action and fundamentally articulated with it ("Mobilitas Animi" 113).

– George E. Lewis