Projects 

    CCBR typically has 15-20 ongoing projects and has completed over 450 projects since 1982. Each project is guided by our commitment to impacting social change in practical and powerful ways. We conduct research with people not on people, cultivating respect with communities at every step of the process.

    Projects can be searched for using words from the project title or using the service area, theme, or date range for the project. You can also type 'Service Area' or 'Theme' into the search bar to get a list of options in each of these fields.

    Projects

    8936_Community-Based Research: Informing HSPC Priorities

    CCBR collaborated with the Halton Suicide Prevention Council (HSPC) to gain a better understanding of suicide prevention needs in Halton. The HSPC project Working Group was composed of community agencies and volunteers knowledgeable in the field. They have embraced a community-based approach to determining their organizational priorities, to address suicide awareness, prevention, intervention, and postvention.

    8937_Photovoice, As a Community Based Research Technique: Training Series for a Group of Research Assistants at University of Toronto Mississauga

    CCBR designed and conducted a three-part photovoice training workshop and three coaching sessions for Research Assistants (RAs) working with Dr. Ganapathy-Coleman at the University of Toronto Mississauga. It aimed to enhance the RAs' capacity in developing and facilitating photovoice workshops.

    8939_Youth Engagement in The Mennonite Church

    CCBR collaborated with Mennonite Church Eastern Canada (MCEC) to explore how best MCEC can be a resource to its congregations and pastors regarding engaging youth in faith formation. A literature review, an online discussion board, Photovoice with youth, and focus groups with pastors and youth leaders were conducted.

    8942_Equity in The Broader Settlement Sector: Addressing Systemic Racism and Digital Equity Across The Settlement Journey

    CCBR and partners sought to understand racialized newcomers' settlement experiences, particularly regarding ICTs. Through three phases, stakeholders engaged via interviews, focus groups, and case studies. Findings highlight mixed ICT experiences and persisting challenges, prompting recommendations for flexible service provision and capacity building for the settlement sector.

    8943_Consultant for Strategic Evaluation Approaches to Address Policy Gaps And Policy Panel Presentation for Mental Health Promotion

    The Centre for Community Based Research and The Knowledge Development and Exchange Hub (KDE) will work collaboratively to develop a series of events and resources on community-based evaluation to be hosted on the KDE hub website, providing support for its funded projects in promoting the mental health and well-being of Canadians.