Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Evaluation of stakeholder satisfaction with the housing resource centre's services
Section I -- Section II: Project overview -- Section III: Methodology -- Section IV: Results and analysis -- Section V: Discussion and recommendations -- Section VI: Final remarks -- Section VII: Appendices -- Section VIII: List of references., Trent Anderson and Salma Yarjani. --, Includes bibliographic references (p. 40)., International Development Studies, 422.
Evaluation of the 2013-2014 Sex Work Action Project (SWAP) in Peterborough, Ontario
By Ryne Evans and Brittany Reid, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: PARN; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC4890 - Forensic Community-Based Research Project, The purpose of the present project was to evaluate the Sex Work Action Project (SWAP) that ran in Peterborough, Ontario from 2013-2014. The goal of SWAP was to improve the quality of life of street-level sex workers in Peterborough. This project aimed to determine the impact and value of SWAP, and to evaluate the strengths of the program and the improvements that could be made for a future program. Through reviews of relevant literature and similar programs in Canada, it was determined what is required and what makes a sex work support program sustainable and effective. Through in-depth interviews with front-line workers involved in SWAP, the strengths and the challenges of the program were discovered. It was confirmed that a program of this type would be a necessity in Peterborough, but there are notable areas of improvement that are needed for a future program to be successful, including better planning, organization of resources and funding. Combining this knowledge, the evaluation was summarized into a number of recommendations to improve a future sex work support program in Peterborough.
Evaluation of the 2013-2014 Sex Work Action Project (SWAP) in Peterborough, Ontario [poster]
By Ryne Evans and Brittany Reid, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: PARN; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC4890 - Forensic Community-Based Research Project
Evaluation of the Sex Work Action Project in Peterborough, Ontario from 2013-2014 [presentation]
By Ryne Evans and Brittany Reid, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: PARN; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC4890 - Forensic Community-Based Research Project
Evaluation of the implementation of Trent University's 'No Sweat' policy
In 2002, Trent University adopted a 'No Sweat' policy to ensure garments manufactured for the University are made under humane working conditions in compliance with standards set by the International Labour Organization (ILO). This report is the summation of a project proposed by OPIRG Peterborough, through the TCCBE, to build continuity and cohesion in the application of the policy at Trent University., Section 1: Executive summary -- Section 2: Introduction -- Section 3: Methodology -- Section 4: Background information -- Section 5: Results and analysis -- Section 6: Analysis and recommendations -- Section 7: Monitoring and evaluation recommendations -- Section 8: Conclusion -- Section 9: Reflections -- References -- Appendices., by Ashley Davidson and Danielle Hoegy. --, Includes: Final report, Appendices., Completed for: Yolanda Jones and Karen Sutherland, OPIRG ; Supervising Professor: Chris Beyers, Trent University ; Trent Centre for Community Based Education., Date of project submission : April 2008., IDST 422, International Development Studies, Assessment of development projects.
Evaluation report
Acronyms -- Executive summary -- 1.0 Description and purpose of the evaluation -- 2.0 Background information and discussion. 2.1 New Canadian Employment Initiative Program (NCEI). 2.2 Program clients. 2.3 Work placement. 2.4 COIN partnership. 2.4.1 COIN Food Services. 2.4.2 TEKdesk. 2.5 Work placement administration -- 3.0 Evaluation methodology -- 3.1 Design of the evaluation -- 3.1.1 Results based management -- 3.1.2 The RBM framework -- 3.1.3 Limitations of the RBM approach -- 3.2 Background research -- 3.3 Data collection procedure -- 3.4 Implementation measure -- 4.0 Data presentation and analysis. 4.1 Preliminary survey findings. 4.2 Finding from the focus group discussion. 4.3 Finding from the interview. 4.4 Unintended outcomes. 4.5 Analysis of evaluation findings -- Conclusion -- Recommendations -- Appendixes., by Obasesam Okoi and Leonard Kireti., Completed for: Carmela Valles at the New Canadians Centre; Supervisor: Chris Beyers, Trent University; Trent Centre from Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 422.
Evaluation report of the host program for the New Canadians' [sic] Centre
Background information -- Introduction -- Methodology -- Data analysis for host. Role definition. Specific cases. Ideas about Canadian culture. Recommendations -- Data analysis for client. Needs, motivation and levels of satisfaction. Language. Friendship and isolation. Employment. Perceptions of Canadian culture. NCC involvement in program., prepared by Vinita Ramani and Julie Archambault. -, Submitted to Sedef Arat-Koc., Includes bibliographic references (p. 43-48).
Evaluation tools for transition housing program
Homelessness is a serious problem in North America today. In 1990, women comprised between 15% and 29% of the homeless population and are steadily increasing because of multiple economic, historic and political factors., 1. Abstract -- 2. Keywords -- 3. Introduction -- 4. Methods -- 5. Analysis -- 6. Discussion -- 7. Recommendations -- 8. Conclusion -- 9. Acknowledgments -- 10. References -- 11. Appendix A -- 12. Appendix B -- 13. Appendix C., By Allison Dale. --, Includes bibliographic references., FRSC 4980Y: Community-Based Education Research Project.
Examining Food Not Bombs and related food waste and food reclaiming processes in the Peterborough Community
by Ian Giesbrecht, Caitlin Forrest and Bridget Vickers. --, Date of Project Completion: December 2008., Completed for: Food Not Bombs; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliography., ERST 334H, Community-Based Research Project.
Examining the effect of proximity to natural areas and amenities on real estate values
Jim Killen. --, Environmental and Resource Studies Program (ERS), Trent University, April 1, 2001., Includes bibliographic references., ERST 484H: Community Based Research Placement.
Experiences of intimate partner violence
Angelique Vasilaros. --, Includes bibliographic references., WMST 4820Y: Community Research Placement.
Experimental eradication of an invasive exotic vine in the Trent University Nature Areas
The Nature Areas Committee at Trent University oversees the natural heritage of the campus, and is committed to including students in community-based research projects which involve scientific experimental design projects. The experiment described here on out deals wih restoration management of natural areas on the campus of Trent University and particularly focuses on introduced, non-native plants as a degrading force in these natural areas., Completed By: Kieran Pinder. --, Includes bibliographic references.

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