How brain science is changing social service delivery – the CUPS example
Photo Essay by Jerry Cordeiro
…and how to fix it
Chris Sarlo and Evelyn Forget respectfully disagree
Call and response
Improbable – but not illegal
Ronald Kneebone (“Where Social Assistance Falls Short”) is scientific director of the social policy and health research division at the U of C’s School of Public Policy. His recent research has focused on social assistance, poverty reduction, income inequality and the economics of homelessness.
Amy Brons (charts and layout for “Where Social Assistance Falls Short,” plus contributions throughout this issue) is the design intern for Alberta Views. She is a recent graduate from Alberta University of the Arts’ visual communication design program, where she majored in advertising.
Jerry Cordeiro (“Humans of Edmonton”) is a self-taught photo journalist, artist and poet who documents the lives of people he meets. Though he works in many photographic genres, his passion is street photography.
Laurie D. Graham (review of Tiny Lights for Travellers) is a poet and the publisher of Brick magazine. Her Rovewas nominated for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award for best first poetry book in Canada; her Settler Education was up for a Trillium Award. She grew up in Treaty 6 territory (Sherwood Park).
by Philip Kanwischer