“Take the Story, Take the Needs, and DO Something”: Grassroots Women’s Priorities for Community-Based Participatory Research and Action on Homelessness - GUIDES

“Take the Story, Take the Needs, and DO Something”: Grassroots Women’s Priorities for Community-Based Participatory Research and Action on Homelessness - GUIDES

These guides were produced by the Women, Homelessness, and Community-Based Participatory Research project. They are based on the experiences and recommendations of a group of women experiencing poverty and homelessness, who have been involved with community-based participatory research.

Other guides, and the full project report, can be found here.

Guide for Grassroots Individuals and Groups Considering Community-Based Participatory Research on Women’s Homelessness (.pdf)


Guide for Professional Researchers Considering Community-Based Participatory Research on Women’s Homelessness(.pdf)

Guide for Grassroots and Professional Researchers on Doing Community-Based Participatory Research on Women’s Homelessness (.pdf)

Questions to Consider in Setting Up and Maintaining a Research Action Network (.pdf)

This project was funded by Canadian Homelessness Research Network (CHRN), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and Homelessness Partnering Strategy of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

ORGANIZATION: Canadian Homelessness Research Network (CHRN)
PUBLICATION DATE: 2012