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SGM Youth Growing into Resilience

Camp fYrefly Work

2015-2020
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Insight Research Grant (operating grant: $256,888) – Principal Investigator: Dr. André P. Grace 

Project Title: Synchronizing Research, Policymaking, and Practice to Assist Sexual and Gender Minority Youth to Grow into Resilience.

Motivation and Core Goal: In Canada, sexual and gender minority (SGM) youth, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer Indigenous, and intersexual youth, are a multivariate population across race, ethnocultural location, and other relational differences. They comprise a particularly vulnerable group that continues to be involved in a paradoxical struggle to be cared about in education and other caring institutions.

Family Functioning in Everyday Life

Camp fYrefly Love"Family Functioning in Everyday Life: The Experiences of Families with Young Children and Diverse Compositions and Ethno-Cultural Origins."

SSHRC Insight Grant led by Dr. Deanna Williamson, University of Alberta, five-year research grant funded for $489,293.00, 2013-2018. Research Collaborators: Dr. Kristopher Wells & Michael Phair

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