Explore featured journal articles, books and reports, case studies, and practical toolkits that take a community-based approach. The scholarship highlighted below comes from authors within Canada and across the globe within a variety of disciplines, all practicing community-based research. 

Journal Articles

This toolkit explains the 'what', 'why' and 'how' of youth-led community-based research. This toolkit was inspired by a project led by Mercy Corps Haiti in collaboration with Centre for Community Based Research and other partners.

This website helps build the evaluation capacity of the refugee sector across Canada in order to improve 

supports and outcomes for refugee newcomers. The Centre for Community Based Research and the Evaluation Capacity Network, University of Alberta lead this national initiative.

This toolkit is intended to provide guidance on what a PAR project commonly looks like, how to work together and some questions to ask as you go.

This document is intended to provide academic researchers with a foundation for conceptualizing how one or both of these communities might be engaged in their next research project in these areas.

This toolkit was designed to spark conversation and growth personally, professionally, organizationally, or community wide. An objective of this toolkit is to inspire deep and substantial conversation about Indigenous people, histories, decolonization and reconciliation.

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