Crossroads: Critical Issues in CBR Partnerships

Posted on April 9, 2004

**************EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: APRIL 15, 2004****************

CROSSROADS: CRITICAL ISSUES IN COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
A national conference sponsored by the Institute for Community Research
June 10-13, 2004
Capital Community College, Hartford, CT

“Crossroads: Critical Issues in Community-Based Research Partnerships” will critically explore issues related to community-based research partnerships, methodology, and methods of dissemination, such as:

**Balancing research rigor with community needs
**The use of research results
**How class, ethnicity, race, gender, culture and power impact research partnerships
**Engaging art in community-based research

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The conference is aimed at representatives from community-based organizations, government agencies, independent research organizations, universities and colleges, service agencies, public policy advocates, foundations, artists and community residents who are interested in looking critically at the ways in which research is – and can be – used to create change in communities worldwide. We welcome researchers, community activists, artists or students from all settings who want to present current work, reflections or critical analysis of CBCR projects, and individuals who want to gain or share methods and skills in the practice of community-based collaborative research. CBCR teams and partners are encouraged to come to the conference together to represent your collaborative projects.

For registration and more information go to:
http://www.incommunityresearch.org/news/crossroads.htm or email crossroads@icrweb.org


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