Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Women, citizenship and state restructuring
Diane Billingsley. --, WS400, Prof. McGraw, April 14, 1997, Peterborough Social Planning Council., Includes bibliographic references., WS 400: Advanced Studies in Feminism and Social Justice.
Women, health and the environment
Anne Harrison, Laura Messer, Emmanuelle Reid. --, WS 4951 and WS 397: Canadian Feminist Organizing and Women Health and the Environment.
Women, health and the welfare state
This document is a transition report on the organization of a conference entitled 'Women, Health and Welfare State,' held at Trent University. The report first outlines the considerations taken into account on the part of the organizers as to how to make the conference an inclusive event, such as venue accessibility, dietary needs and childcare services., Organized by Jill Toombs, Shaindl Diamond and Stephanie Wright. --, Date of project submission: April 2002, WMST 400: Women, Health & The Environment.
Workplace transportation choices
Abstract -- Introduction and purpose -- Literature review -- Method -- Results -- Analysis and discussion -- Conclusions and recommendations -- References and bibliography -- Appendices., by Parimeeta Shah., Includes bibliographic references., GEOG 470: Research in Human Geography.
Workshop report
Karine Rogers, Erica Franklin, Amanda Harrison., Date of project submission: April, 2003., Completed for: OPIRG; Supervising Professor: Marg McGraw, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographical references., WMST 387H, Community-Based Research Project.
Workskhop presentation and facilitation
The purpose of this project was to develop and present a workshop and workshop manual. The key issues addressed in this workshop are food security, sustainability, and community development., Natalie Craddock, Scott Dempsey, and Lauren Woodhall. --, Includes: final research report., Completed for: Teresa Forson at the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre ; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University ; TCCBE., Date of project submission: December 2006., Includes bibliographic references (p. 18)., Environmental and Resource Studies 334: The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
YES Shelter for Youth and Families: Communication Protocols Part 1
The purpose of the present project was to help the staff of the YES Shelter for Youth and Families to understand when their clients' personal information is required to be shared with others, primarily those in law enforcement. To fulfil the purpose, legislation surrounding the sharing of personal information was researched, along with other homeless shelters. Privacy policies of homeless shelters similar to the YES Shelter were obtained through email and telephone interviews. Research from the legislation allows for the personal information of clients to be shared with the police when the information is used to help an investigation and to protect the life and health of a person. With the exception of one shelter, all the shelters that shared policies lack privacy policies. However, all the shelters do not permit the sharing of client information to those outside of law enforcement. Eva's Initiatives was the only shelter to have detailed privacy policies, which allow for the disclosure of client information to those in law enforcement when the information is used to protect the life and health of a person. The research gathered from the present project is being used by the YES Shelter to create privacy policies for their staff., By Melissa Di Matteo, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: YES Shelter for Youth and Families; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
YES Shelter for Youth and Families: Communication Protocols Part 1 [poster]
By Melissa Di Matteo, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: YES Shelter for Youth and Families; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
YES Shelter for Youth and Families: Communication Protocols Part 2
The aim of the present project was to identify the questions or ambiguities that concern the staff members of the YES Shelter for Youth and Families regarding the sharing of personal information of youth clients with law enforcement agencies. To accomplish this, the relationship between homeless youth and the criminal justice system was initially researched through journal articles within the past five years to determine why homelessness can lead to criminal behaviour and why homeless youth potentially receive more attention from police. Current policies and procedures from the YES Shelter were also reviewed for ambiguities when sharing information with law enforcement. Survey question were administered to YES staff regarding the release of client information when communicating with police and probation officers. Research through a literature review identified numerous factors leading to homeless youth becoming involved in criminality, such as drug use. In addition, homeless youth often receive extensive attention from police whether they are criminally involved or not, because they are often socially profiled as “dangerous” by the public. Survey responses from YES staff showed a high and consistent level of confidence when releasing client information to the police; however the confidence level when sharing client information with probation officers was low and inconsistent. Overall, youth clients at the YES Shelter felt that their privacy was secured and protected. The research gathered from the present project aims to help the YES Shelter create privacy policies for their staff. Lastly, a list of recommendations was suggested for future research., By Luxi Zhuang, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: YES Shelter for Youth and Families; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
YES Shelter for Youth and Families: Communication Protocols Part 2 [poster]
By Luxi Zhuang, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: YES Shelter for Youth and Families; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4080Y - Community-Based Research Project
YWCA court support project
The purpose of this project was to help supplement local YWCA research and inform a local domestic abuse intiative interested in creating a collaborative hub. This report is broken into two sections - a literature review and a research paper, and althought the two, at first, seem unrelated, they are very much connected., Acknowledgments -- Executive summary -- Key words -- Literature review -- Enhancing synergy between domestic abuse agencies in a multidisciplinary setting: Challenges and best practices -- Bibliography., by Rachelia Giardino. --, Completed for: YWCA Peterborough, Victoria & Haliburton. Supervising Professor: Casey Ready. Term: Fall-Winter 2011-2012., Includes bibliography., CAST 4770 - Studies in Canadian Social Policy.
Youth-at-risk
The goal of this project was to compile information about programs and resources available to Jamaican youth-at-risk. The project provided a resource binder including information from the websites of various organizations working in Jamaica, in Canada, and internationally., by Kelly Pritchard. --, Includes: list of sources, resource binder, project overview report., Completed for: Marisa Kaczmarczyk at Jamaica Self-Help; Supervising professor: David Morrison, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Date of project submission: April 2005., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 370, International Development Studies, Community-based research project.

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