Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

Community mobilization around the FTAA protest and the role of the KWIC
by Smoki Musaraj., Includes references., Political Studies Honours Thesis.
Laws and legal implications of public protest
Working in conjunction with the Council of Canadians as well as OPIRG Peterborough, the object of this research project was to determine the laws and legal implications surrounding public protest as well as what information in regards to these laws needs to be clarified. How the laws have changed in the past 20 years and what went wrong in the Toronto 2010 G20 summit were also questions of interest in this research project., Acknowledgements -- Abstract -- Table of contents -- Glossary -- Introduction -- Background -- Methods -- Criminal code -- Case law and legislation -- How have the laws changed? -- G20 Toronto 2010 -- Interviews -- Conclusion -- Barriers -- Recommendations -- References -- Appendix., Tracy Withrow. --, Includes bibliographic references., FRSC 4890: Forensic-Community-Based Education Research Project.
No sweat campaigns across the country
Part 1 : No sweat campaigns across the country : Advances and challenges. -- Part 2 : Is Trent committed to becoming a "No sweat" campus? -- Part 3 : Annotated bibliography of resources for student anti-sweatshop activists., by Tanya Roberts-Davis., Date of project completion : April 2003., Prepared for: OPRIG -Peterborough ; Trent Centre for Community Based Education and Professor Marg Hobbs., CAST 481: Community-Based Research Project

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