Now showing items 1-5 of 5
CERIS- The Ontario Metropolis Centre: Knowledge Exchange
Research symposia held by CERIS - The Ontario Metropolis Centre were effective in promoting knowledge sharing between government, community organizations and universities. While the public sector creates policy, partnerships ...
Community-Academic Research Enhances Engaged Scholarship
Community-academic research can enhance the capacity of all partners involved. It creates new knowledge that all partners can use, and can inform policy more meaningfully. It also brings engaged scholarship to researchers.
Café Diabetica: How Does Engagement Impact the Diabetes Experience?
Positive changes can emerge when the roles of participants and workers change to explore and share health experiences. People with diabetes felt empowered by helping to set group topics and by the self-discovery that ...
The Queer Liberation Theory Project
Community partners who also serve as researchers and academics are in a unique position to do engaged scholarship. With the QLT project, researchers have both challenged homo-normative LGBT stances, and engaged wider ...
Creating Local and Global Change: The Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights Project
Community-university research partnerships can enhance both the local and global capacities. All partners who participate have an active role in creating and applying new knowledge that is meaningful and creates real change.