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Out on the Shelf: Strategies for Rebuilding and Reconnecting

Show simple item record Kopec, Anna Cowper-Smith, Yuriko 2016-06-09T19:09:14Z 2016-06-09T19:09:14Z 2016-06-09
dc.description.abstract This report explores the ways in which not-for-profit organizations serving the LGBTQ+ community deliver their services and programming, meet the needs of the community, and adapt to change and difficulties. It summarizes the findings from informational interviews with six not-for-profits across Canada in order to inform the decision-making processes of the Guelph-based organization Out on the Shelf (OOTS) as they undergo organizational restructuring. en_US
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dc.subject Not-for-profits en_US
dc.subject LGBTQ+ en_US
dc.subject Out On The Shelf en_US
dc.subject Research Shop en_US
dc.subject Organizational restructuring en_US
dc.subject Interviews en_US
dc.title Out on the Shelf: Strategies for Rebuilding and Reconnecting en_US
dc.type Report en_US
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