Research Archive

Agricultural Transformation through Stronger Vocational Education (ATTSVE)

ATTSVE

Funded by Global Affairs Canada, McGill component of ATTSVE aimed to promote gender equity and gender mainstreaming, and to combat gender-based violence within the ATVET system of Ethiopia.
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YAHAnet

YAHAnet

YAHAnet was a global social networking platform set up by Claudia Mitchell. It grew out of a 2006 UNESCO-sponsored needs assessment carried out by a team of researchers and students at McGill of online youth groups and organizations doing arts-based HIV&AIDS awareness work.
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Immigrant Picture Book Project

For Us by Us: Children’s Picture Books to Promote Solidarity and Acceptance in the Age of Refugees

Immigrant Picture Book Project

This project (2017-2019) will involve refugee communities in several sites (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Montreal, Quebec, and Coventry, England) with a focus on children between the ages of 8 and 18 (n = 10-20 at each site) and adult collaborators (n = 5 at each site), in the creation of picture books, “for children by children.”
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Monitoring Educational Rights for Girls with Disabilities

Monitoring Educational Rights for Girls with Disabilities

This project aimed to address the lack of specific knowledge about girls with disabilities in Vietnam, and to set the stage for developing social activist strategies for their inclusion.
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GrOW

Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women

Through the eyes of mothers: Using PhotoVoice to study the challenges women in one Nairobi slum face in balancing work and child care

Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women

In urban informal settlement areas of Nairobi women’s ability to achieve economic autonomy is often limited by their concurrent responsibility to care for young children. How might PhotoVoice as a participatory visual methodology be used to deepen an understanding of the issues?
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Building Homes in Kenya

Evaluating the potential for improving child safety and security through housing and human settlements programming in Kenya

Building Homes in Kenya

The objective of this evaluative study is to test out the links between secure housing and safety and security for children.
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Addressing a Gender Gap

Addressing a Gender Gap in School-Based Mental Health Promotion: Planning an implementation study with multiple stakeholders

Addressing a Gender Gap

In urban informal settlement areas of Nairobi women’s ability to achieve economic autonomy is often limited by their concurrent responsibility to care for young children. How might PhotoVoice as a participatory visual methodology be used to deepen an understanding of the issues?
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Not Leaving Data in the Dark:

Participatory Archiving and Visual Data to Address HIV and AIDS

Not Leaving Data in the Dark

Keeping in mind that research data has a limited life, that published research findings have a limited audience (mostly academic) and seldom reach the community, this project is organized around the idea of “not leaving data in the dark," but rather making it accessible to communities.
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Children and Global Adversity:

A rights-based Approach

Children and Global Adversity:

A rights-based Approach

This program of research is concerned with exploring the complex realities of war and disaster-affected children living in Québec.
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Through The Eyes of Girls and Women

in Rwanda

Through The Eyes of Girls and Women in Rwanda

This research project aimed to identify lessons, challenges, and opportunities for enhancing gender equality, and to reveal ways of rethinking current poverty strategies through the inclusion of women in development processes.
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What Difference Does This Make?

Studying Youth as Knowledge Producers

What Difference Does This Make?

The aim of this project was to develop and test out evaluative tools that can be used to study the impact of our arts-based approaches to HIV and AIDS education and prevention interventions with South African youth.
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Nothing About Us Without Us:

Participatory Approaches to Teacher Development and Community Wellness to Enhance Teaching and Learning in Rural Schools

Nothing About Us Without Us

This study aimed to use participatory methods to involve teachers and rural communities in understanding and harnessing the potential reciprocal relationships for the professional development of teachers and community wellness generally, and for enhancing teaching and learning in rural schools.
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Digital Futures

Building an International Digital Futures Network for HIV and AIDS Prevention: Participatory Visual Data Archives

Digital Futures

To refine and expand the use of digital archives and technical tools by teams of researchers working in the area of visual arts-based methodologies and HIV and AIDS through the creation of an international network of researchers working across three countries: Canada, South Africa, and the UK.
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Post-Harvest Management

to Improve Livelihoods in Ethiopia

Post-Harvest Management to Improve Livelihoods in Ethiopia

This study aimed to improve the livelihood of farmers and supporters of the food and agriculture industry in Ethiopia, and of individuals living with HIV or AIDS,.
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Every Voice Counts:

Teacher Development and Rural Education in the Age of AIDS

Every Voice Counts: Teacher Development and Rural Education in the Age of AIDS

A broad goal of drawing together several research areas, which ‘converge’ on teacher development in rural education in the age of AIDS
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HIV and AIDS Curriculum Integration in Higher Education South Africa

HIV and AIDS Curriculum Integration in Higher Education South Africa

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Digital Voices of Rural Teachers:

Participatory Analysis, ‘Being a Teacher in the Age of AIDS’ and Social Action Through Cellphilms

Digital Voices of Rural Teachers: Participatory Analysis, ‘Being a Teacher in the Age of AIDS’ and Social Action Through Cellphilms

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Taking Action II: Arts-Based Approaches to Fostering Aboriginal Youth Leadership in HIV Prevention

Taking Action II: Arts-Based Approaches to Fostering Aboriginal Youth Leadership in HIV Prevention

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Intersectionalities and Education

Comparative Education and Research on the Intersectionality of Poverty, Gender Inequalities, Spatiality and Education in Brazil and South Africa

Intersectionalities and Education

The project examined the extent to, and ways in which two countries’ (Brazil and South Africa) macro-economic policies and development strategies reflect an understanding and commitment to gender equality and social justice for all, including women and girls.
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Digitizing Data and Social Change

Digitizing Data and Social Change

Aimed is to pilot the management, storing, and analysis of the collections of visual data, not only for researchers to access and use, but also to get the community, where the data originated, to access and use it to address HIV and AIDS-related issues.
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Spaces and places: Understanding sense of belonging and cultural engagement among Aboriginal youth

Spaces and places: Understanding sense of belonging and cultural engagement among Aboriginal youth

This project explored the cultural continuity (how culture is shared) and civic engagement of Aboriginal youth living in 3 communities of Labrador: Charlottetown, North West River and Hopedale.
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Can Art Stop AIDS?

Exploring The Impact of Visual and Arts-Based Participatory Methodologies Used in HIV and AIDS Education and Intervention Research

Can Art Stop AIDS?

The purpose of the project was to explore the critical issues surrounding the effectiveness of arts-based research/interventions in the context of education and HIV and AIDS.
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