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Canadian Excellence

Current Projects



SIRG believes in the benefits of collaborative work with community members and the use of research in understanding community needs and developing, evaluating and enhancing social service programming. The following are current research projects done in collaboration with community organizations:

2013

VAW Forum, Central West Region of Ontario

Training and Evaluation
2013

Sudbury Counselling Centre

VAW Training
2013

Waterloo Region Catholic District School Board

Statistical Analysis
2012-2014

Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region

Preventing & Responding to Gender-Based Violence on Campus
2012-2015

Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region in collaboration with Halton Women's Place and Family Transition

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Partnership Development Grant (peer reviewed)
Research and knowledge mobilization to enhance post-shelter community reintegration and support for survivors of domestic violence in the Central West Region of Ontario
2012 - 2014

Family Transition Place (Orangeville)

The Voices Initiative

www.voicesinitiative.ca

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Ongoing

Trillium Foundation

Research in partnership with the Healing of the Seven Generations
2009-2014

SSHRC

Perceptions of discrimination in health services for immigrants and refugees living in second and third tier cities in Ontario PI - Victoria Esses, University of Western Ontario

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