Date: Thursday, 11th April
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Venue: The Moore Institute Seminar Room
Event Details: This day-long workshop will be co-facilitated by Professors Budd Hall and Darlene E. Clover and will look at the practical issues involved in establishing and sustaining community-university research partnerships. It will look at the principles, theory and practice of community-based research, exploring the creation and building of relationships, the development of research questions- from the initial identification of a research problem to the point where it is a feasible research project, from the perspective of both the community partner and the university- carrying out the research and making it available to the wider public. Two case studies of community-based research projects from the University of Victoria will also be presented- one on food security and the other on homeless/street involved women. This event should be of interest of university staff, students and those involved in community and voluntary organizations.
To book a place at this workshop please contact Mary Bernard on or before Tuesday 9th April.