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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
September 23, 2017
Canadian Excellence


Arts Based Research

Documentaries etc.

- (2014) The Voices Project: Engaging Brave Discussions on Violence Against Women in Caledon Dufferin". This documentary explored and addressed violence agains women and girls in rural areas.

-(2012) " On the Merits of Being a Good Neighbour". This documentary was a reflection of the five year aniversery of the Faculty of Social Work being in Downtown Kitchener

-(2006) “Comment intervenir auprès des survivants de guerre, torture et violence organisée”, documentary on elements of best practice for medical and social service providers working with survivors of war, torture and organized violence.

-(2004) “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire”, documentary on how women's' identities shift from the private sphere to the public sphere; case study of the staff support strike at Wilfrid Laurier University.

- (2004)“Diversity Matters”, documentary on the challenges of diversity education in social work.

- (2004) "Four Directions Aboriginal Restorative Justice Project", documentary outlining the specificity of an aboriginal- centered restorative justice project

- (2004) “University/Community Collaboration: Case Study of the Healing of the Seven Generations Community Project”, documentary outlining the merits of university/community collaboration.