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Social Development

Housing is unaffordable and in need of a $13B federal fix: cities

OTTAWA – Canada’s cities say housing is becoming increasingly unaffordable at every income level, and the federal government’s plans for a national housing strategy need to include billions more for social housing to confront the problem. 624 more words


Roots of Empathy

Empathy is imagining how someone else is feeling and responding with care.  In order to show empathy, many social and emotional skills need to be gained in the first years of life.  195 more words


Technology – A mystery, a tool – A resource?

A few months ago I shared my thoughts on how we use technology as a tool that serves many purposes. Those ideas present a reasonable depiction of society’s relation to technology, but I’ve come to a point where I don’t think that this could be a stable relation. 1,079 more words



by Glenda B. Gutierrez


At the age of 15, Rachelle Cruz had to stop her formal education because “I got pregnant and got married.” Rachelle, still a teenager at 19, is very candid about. 338 more words


By Jenny Santos Gayondato

I moved to the dormitory of the Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. (KKFI) in 2013 after I was burglarized in the dormitory I previously stayed in. 554 more words

Our choice: wealth or GDP growth? It’s not the same.

Suppose you lived in a community where an old but well maintained bridge connected two river banks, enabling people and goods to move across. The bridge would represent a piece of community wealth, although its existence would only marginally impact the community’s ‘GDP’. 329 more words