Social Justice Research Institute
SJRI Grants Competition
Congratulations to the Fall 2014 SJRI grant recipients!
Margot Francis | De-colonial Pedagogies: Troubling the intersection of Indigeneity, Race and Settler Colonialization in the classroom
Lauren Corman and Karol Orzechowski | Kin: Animal Rights at the Global Intersection of Social Justice
LOCAL ENGAGEMENT GRANTS
Jennifer Rowsell | Connecting Community through Literacy
Stefan Dolgert | Broad Based Organizing in Niagara: Considering the Possibilities for an IAF Affiliate
Keri Cronin, Lauren Corman and Kendra Coulter | “My Dog is My Home”: Community Outreach in Niagara
Rachel Hirsch, SJRI Projects Facilitator, is available to work with you on your social justice grant applications including the SJRI grants program. Connect with her in the early stages of your project planning to explore different funding opportunities, knowledge mobilization techniques, or to develop strategies for transdisciplinary collaboration. Rachel is also available to review and provide feedback on your applications with sufficient notice.
For monthly updates about upcoming funding, publishing, or collaboration opportunities please subscribe to the SJRI E-Bulletin.
Studies in Social Justice Journal
Since 2007 Studies in Social Justice has been managed and published by the Centre for Studies in Social Justice at the University of Windsor. Following the Centre’s recent closure, the journal’s operations have been relocated to the Social Justice Research Institute (SJRI) at Brock University. To learn more read about the Focus and Scope of this open access journal or access the current issue for free.
Other SJRI News
If you are a Brock faculty member who would like to become involved with the SJRI community please consider applying for affiliated membership.
Other members of the Brock community, Niagara Region, those from other universities, and any international colleagues who are interested in connecting are welcome to sign-up for participating membership.