Journalism Archive

What’s Next for Community Living?

What got us here will not get us there: News service to investigate

Fifty years of hard work and history have brought a great many changes to community living in Ontario. More change is on the way. For more than 50 years Ontarians have organized and advocated alongside friends, family members and neighbours to create more inclusive communities. They’ve met with some success.

Playing with Global News Network Dream

Belgian group asks can we launch generative journalism model in Europe’s Dutch-speaking community?

More than a year ago Axiom News proclaimed its long-held mission in fresh language, to co-create a life-giving news network for renewed and thriving communities, and next week carrying that mission forward will begin to be tinkered with in a new way as a small group of Belgian residents walks into the warm-hued, Ontario newsroom.

Pula Talks Generative Journalism on Radio Show

Dr. Katherine Loflin in conversation with Peter Pula

The relationship between generative journalism and the revitalization of our communities was the spotlight of conversation when Axiom News founder and CEO Peter Pula spoke with Dr. Katherine Loflin on March 22 as a guest on her radio show Place Matters.

SVN Launches Story Initiative

Partnership with Axiom News to demonstrate what’s possible when market forces are used for social change

The Social Venture Network (SVN) is partnering with Axiom News to launch a stakeholder news program that engages and shares the stories of its members, some of the world's most innovative social entrepreneurs, impact investors and business leaders.

Social Media Innovation Day to Advance #Inclusion

13 different organizations who support people who have a disability attending day’s events

What’s a hashtag? Well, if you’re attending an upcoming social media workshop to advance the inclusion of people who have a disability, it’s not only a valid question but a tagline that will allow you to follow the events remotely via Twitter.

Axiom News Journalist Invited to Judge Social Business Competition

Camille Jensen to review student plans for creating employment opportunities in Haiti

Last fall Axiom News journalist Camille Jensen was invited by David Stephens, special advisor to Muhammad Yunus, to attend a university social business competition in Atlanta where she had the opportunity to interview Yunus, a Nobel laureate and renowned social business leader in person.

News Articles Offer Motivation to ‘Pay it Forward’

Daughter gains a pen pal thanks to inspiring story in Insights

Stories of great philanthropic effort have the power to motivate and inspire readers, and that’s exactly what happened with human resources manager Christine Babic from Brookfield LePage Johnson Controls Inc., (BLJC) when she read an article on the company’s internal news program Insights.

Advance Strategic and Communication Goals with Curation

Leading social media expert Beth Kanter shares why curation is essential for organizations

The Internet is awash with information, but getting good, credible and timely information around a subject matter is not as simple as a Google search. It’s for this reason and others that social media expert Beth Kanter says 2012 will be the year content curation goes from a unknown term to the mainstream.

Axiom to Host World Appreciative Inquiry Conference Workshop

Peter Pula to lead session on co-creating a life-giving news network

Axiom News’ proposal to present a workshop at the World Appreciative Inquiry Conference (WAIC) on Co-Creating A Life-Giving News Network has been accepted.

Stakeholder News Program Continues to Evolve at OMNI Health Care

Exploring the energies and anxieties is the theme of extensive new project

A meeting yesterday between CEOs from OMNI Health Care and Axiom News is the most recent evidence of the organic evolution of the long-standing relationship between the two organizations.

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