The Canada Research Chair in Queer, Community, and Diversity Education will research various innovative anti-homo/transphobic educational interventions and determine their effectiveness on policy development and social cohesion.
Queer, Community, and Diversity Education distributes a newsletter with project updates, an interview profile of a person working in community on topics related to diversity in education, and some other news items. Check it out here.
The Research Program for the CRC in Queer, Community, and Diversity Education is the main activity of the CRC. Here's where you can find out more about the current and upcoming research for the CRC.
Three times a year, we publish a newsletter with updates from the research, an interview with a community member or researcher, and some other education-related research.
This project aims to analyze how university EDI policies address spatial marginalization and intersectionality on campuses, and to identify how physical space, and the extent to which campus geography both reflects and contributes to the experience of oppression among students.
The purpose of this project is to explore the impact of visual art as anti-homo/transphobia education. Through the creation of a mural of Canadian LGBT2Q history, and with community partners, we will investigate how knowledge perceptions of and emotional reactions to the mural differ among study participants (i.e., educators, leaders, learners).
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