Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

Anti-oppression facilitation workbook
This project is the result of a two-day workshop for people engaged in various forms of social activism. The workshop was designed with the purpose to familiarize participants with the principles of anti-oppression education, to train them to facilitate anti-oppression workshops, and to discuss and brainstorm strategies for incorporating anti-racism into everyday life and activism., Facilitation and popular education. Some cultural context. Characteristics of popular education. The role of an effective facilitator. Task and maintenance. What do you need to know to plan a workshop? -- Workshop planning. Naming the moment: Phases and questions. Action/reflection model (The spiral model). Session plan. Key words/definitions -- Activities -- Phase one. Lifeboats description. Name game description. Power flower description. Power flower handout -- Phase two. Body definitions description. Images of power description. Race question sheet description. Race question handout. Unpacking the invisible knapsack description. Unpacking the invisible knapsack handout. Unpacking the invisible knapsack handout revised. A history lesson in racism description. A history lesson in racism handout. Race, class, gender and disabilities and the economic divide description. Race, class, gender and disabilities and the economic divide handout. Race, class, gender and disabilities and the economic divide answer sheet. Newspaper activity description -- Phase three. Oppression tree description -- Phase four. Role play description. Evaluation description. Evaluation handout., By: Zahra Murad., Completed for: Community Race Relations Committee; Supervisor: Davina Bhandar, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., CAST 481H: Community-Based Research Project.
Why green isn't enough
This report provides an outline of current challenges and past victories for migrant worker advocacy from the organized labour perspective of the United Food and Commerical Workers Union (UFCW)., Annotated bibliography on the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program (SAWP) ; Green Justice retreat resource kit, Youth Environmental Network ; We speak for ourselves : Indigenous peoples challenge the fossil fuel regime in Alberta ; Who is responsible? Life and death for two migrant farm-workers ; Myths of diversity ; Green is not the only colour : Reflections on the state of anti-racist environmentalism in Canada ; Migrant workers in Ontario : growing the food we eat ; Why green isn't enough : an anti-racist anti-colonial environmentalism conference ; Dominion, a grassroots news cooperative., by Muna Ali, Rachel Gurofsky, and Juby Lee. --, Includes: Annotated bibliography, Conference and migrant agricultural worker welcome kits., [Completed for]: Kawartha World Issues Centre ; Supervising Professor: Mary-Jo Nadeau, Trent University, and Trent Centre for Community-based education., Date of project submission: April 2008., SOCI 358H & WMST 383H, Sociology and Women's Studies, Community-based research project & Community research placement.

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