Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Violence in the workplace
The first half of this paper concerns publications that focus on prevention of physical violence. The second half of this paper discusses methods to prevent other forms of workplace violence, mainly interpersonal conflict, verbal abuse, and colleague sabotage., Executive summary -- Introduction -- Review of workplace violence prevention techniques. Prevention of physical violence. Screening and selection. Policies and procedures. Environmental approaches. Behavioural and administrative approaches. The "ideal" WPV prevention policy. Zero tolerance policies. Risk assessments. Joint Union/management policies. Employee assistance programs. ASAP program. Staff support groups. Prevention of interpersonal conflict, verbal abuse, and sabotage. Toxic behaviour and sabotage. What is a healthy work environment? Characteristics of a positive work culture. Stress reduction and workplace violence. Organizational support and workplace violence -- Conclusions -- Suggestions for further work -- Bibliography., by Jennifer Nash. --, Includes final research report., Completed for: Lynn Zimmer, Y.W.C.A. ; Supervising Professor, Joan Ayre, T.C.C.B.E., Date of project completion: April 2005., Includes bibliographic references (p. 26)., NURS 302 - Community health nursing care.
Sexual Assault Prevention Education for Boys and Male Youth
Erika Nairismagi, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Faculty Supervisor: Paul Shaffer from the Department of International Development Studies at Trent University; Host Supervisor: Lisa Clarke from Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre, IDST 4220
Sexual Assault Prevention Education for Boys and Male Youth [poster]
Erika Nairismagi, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Faculty Supervisor: Paul Shaffer from the Department of International Development Studies at Trent University; Host Supervisor: Lisa Clarke from Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre, IDST 4220
Community mobilization around the FTAA protest and the role of the KWIC
by Smoki Musaraj., Includes references., Political Studies Honours Thesis.
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.
Thinking communally, thinking globally
Chapter 1: Introduction and background -- Chapter 2: CED in practice -- Chapter 3: Ensuring success: Transforming capitalism into a vehicle for positive social change -- Chapter 4: Summary and conclusion -- Works cited., by Gavin R. Muir. --, Submitted to: Prof. Mark Neufeld - Politics Department, Kevin Edwards - Manager, Community Opportunity Innovation Network, Politics 490 Internship Program, Friday April 18, 1997., Includes bibliographic references (p. 28)., POLI 490: Politics Internship Program.
Trauma: Understanding and Resolving its Presence in Peterborough
By Patrick Mueller, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Trauma Informed Peterborough; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
Trauma: Understanding and Resolving its Presence in Peterborough [poster]
By Patrick Mueller, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Trauma Informed Peterborough; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
Peterborough Community Garden Network (PCGN)
The purpose of this project was to conduct a scan of Peterborough's existing community gardens and key supporting organizations. With a clear summary of the histories and roles of each garden or organization the Peterborough Community Garden Network can better understand those groups for whom it is conducting advocacy and support work., Cover page -- Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- A: Introduction. This report. Peterborough Community Garden Network. Community gardens -- B: Community gardens in the Peterborough area. Mount Saint Joseph. Rogers St. Ecology Park. YWCA. Peterborough City/County health Unit (PCCHU). Trent Roof Top and One Acre Gardens. Bonnacord. Tinker St. Garden 579. Ashburnham. Mark St. United Church. Millbrook. Proposed Bear Creek Gardens -- C: Organizations -- D: Land tenure -- E: Common features and issues -- G: Streams of focus [sic] -- H: Conclusion -- Endnotes., Conducted by: Tegan Moss., Completed for: Peterborough Green Up & Peterborough Community Garden Network; Supervising Professor: Tom Hutchinson, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., ERST 3840H: Community-Based Research Project.
Local food sourcing feasibility study
The project involved the Festival of Trees and how to "green" it with sustainable practices for the following year. Since the Festival beneficiaries are healthcare organizations, it was even more imperative that they promote and exercise healthy and sustainable practices. The "greening" process began in 2006 with a focus on waste reduction. The Preview Gala was examined and it was attempted to locally source the food and beverages served at this event., by Shannon Morrison, Sasha Tyers, and Jacqueline Cameron. --, Includes: Final research report., Completed for: Mary Conchelos & Ruth Kuchinad from Festival of Trees Green Tream; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-based education., Date of project submission: December 2007., CAST 334H, The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Secondary global education program
The project consisted of creating two global education workshops intended to engage proactively with high school classes. My position at KWIC was the global education workshop program coordinator., 1. Final report. Summary of project (including project schedule) -- 2. Introduction to Global Education workshops for secondary students. Introduction to workshop presentations. Table: Human Rights and Food Security topics that relate the Ontario Curriculum to each workshop -- 3. Food Security workshop. Background essay on Food Security. Workshop activities. Handouts. Bibliography -- Human Rights workshop. Background essay on Human Rights. Workshop activities. Handouts. Bibliography -- Evaluation. Student participants. Workshop facilitators. Teachers., by Dan Morrison. --, Includes: final research report., Completed for: Kawartha World Issues Centre, Professor Jennifer Clapp, Trent University, Trent-Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., IDS 370: Community-Based Research Project.
Valuing arts, culture and heritage
By: Caileigh Morrison. --, Completed for: Kawartha Heritage Conservancy. Supervising Professor: Keith Waldon, Trent University. Date of Project Submission: February 2012., Includes bibliography., Canadian Studies 3810Y: Community-Based Research Project.

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