• Faculty
  • Students
  • Community Groups
  • Urban Planning and Public Space
  • Anti-Police Brutality and Prisoner Solidarity
  • Migration
  • Youth and Education
  • Mental and Physical Health
  • Media and Communications
  • Public Policy and Law
  • Anti-Imperialism and International Solidarity
  • Indigenous Struggles
  • Class and Poverty
  • Art and Community
  • Anti-Oppression
  • Labour
  • Food Security
  • Environmental Justice
  • Gender and Sexuality

Increasing accessibility in abortion care for trans* people

Organization: Fédération du Québec pour le planning des naissances (FQPN) Project description: We have been working on abortion issues for over 20 years here in Montreal and we have noticed that most clinics/clsc/hospital don’t have trans* inclusive services. Abortion is often framed as a women’s issue by abortion rights advocates and providers. How do we adequately address… Read more Increasing accessibility in abortion care for trans* people

Feasibility Study for a Carpool Matching Program in the Concordia community

Organization: Sustainable Concordia Themes addressed: Public space and urban planning; global warming crisis, rising GHG emmission trends, sustainable transportation The goal of this project is to contribute to reducing the number of single occupancy vehicle trips to and from Concordia (people driving by themselves) and to foster a stronger Concordia community based around sustainable transportation. Research… Read more Feasibility Study for a Carpool Matching Program in the Concordia community

Get involved with the Community-University Research Exchange (CURE) and Study In Action

Are you interested in community-based social justice research? Would you like to learn more? Do you want to link your classroom learning and research with community organizing and social struggles? Consider getting involved with the Community-University Research Exchange (CURE) and/or the Study In Action Undergraduate and Community Research Conference. Invite us to make an announcement… Read more Get involved with the Community-University Research Exchange (CURE) and Study In Action

Life After Prison in Canada

Organization: Prisoner Correspondence Project Type of project: research paper (one semester) Project description: Many challenges await people who are being released from punitive institutions in Canada: finding adequate housing, employment and health services, and reestablishing relationships with the community become more difficult after incarceration. The student completing this project will conduct research into the lived experiences of people… Read more Life After Prison in Canada