Research for healthy reintegration

Mark Petersen Stronger Together 20160 Comments

Chab Dai Coalition has undertaken the Butterfly Project, the first longitudinal re-integration research study seeking to follow children and adult sexually-exploited/trafficked survivors over a ten year period, starting from when they are in the aftercare programs through re-integration. This research has been following a cohort of 128 survivors since 2010 and is planned to finish in 2019. Now the project … Read More

Out of the ivory tower

Mark Petersen Stronger Together 20160 Comments

Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) is a network of 34 faith-based universities, colleges and seminaries across Canada. Historically most of these campuses were teaching institutions. Today many are seeking to expand their research capacity to bolster their scholarship. This research shift comes at a time when faith-based campuses are under increasing pressure to demonstrate their relevance to constituents. Organization Name: … Read More

Changing the public conversation on end of life care

Mark Petersen 20150 Comments

Absence of legislation around end of life care in Canada requires thoughtful contributions by people of diverse perspectives.  Cardus proposes to gather thought leaders and develop options for consideration.  This grant attracted a grant from Stronger Together grantmakers due to the innovative nature and unique role Cardus could have in influencing this conversation. Project Name: End of Life Care: Changing … Read More

Deeper research on families invites better policies

Mark Petersen 20150 Comments

The Institute for Marriage and Family Canada conducts research and develops policies to influence public discourse in order to highlight the valuable contribution marriage and families have in shaping our society.  Stronger Together partners stand with the IMFC in this work by funding new and original research.  Like gas in the car, this new, quality research will fuel ongoing activity by … Read More