Webinar 2: Dynamics of Social Inclusion & Exclusion within Youth Activism
The Centre for Urban Youth Research (or CUYR) is a hub for critical and justice-oriented youth scholars, activists, and community organizations focused on tackling inequalities experienced by young people in urban centres. With both Canadian and international affiliates, CUYR seeks to provide a bridge for those working towards the expansion of social justice for young people who are most marginalized under contemporary capitalism. CUYR values and prioritizes meaningful youth engagement in research and practice, alongside a deep scrutiny of embedded power relations and the potential for reproducing inequalities.
Webinar I: Methods & Methodologies for studying Youth Activism and Social Change
Founder of The Black Knowledge Coalition, CUYR affiliate Peyton Wilson: “Our goal is to incorporate
Young People, Community Development and Radical Democracy
The Transforming Disability Knowledge, Research and Activism Project: Final Report
XX ISA World Congress of Sociology