The Canada Research Chair in evaluating public actions related to young people and vulnerable populations (CRÉVAJ) involves the acquisition of new knowledge on methodologies for evaluating public policies and improving the knowledge around the implementation of such policies and its effects. Work done as part of the Chair will better guide the interventions and support mechanisms provided to people in need, particularly in the youth sector, in the understanding of recent changes in the government of public action as in terms of its limitations and risks.
The Centre for Research on Children and Families (CRCF) is glad to invite you to a panel discussion entitled ““Moving past the textbook to support youth leaving care in post-secondary institutions” – A youth in care alumni panel discussion”. “This …En savoir plus
Here’s an article published by Eduardo González Castillo, fellow researcher at the CREVAJ, detailing youth political engagement in one of the most important activist organizations that the Mexican city of Puebla has known in its recent history. To consult the article, click …En savoir plus
The programming of activities on the transition to adulthood of the “Paradoxes” symposium is now available online! On a similar note, an evening activity was dedicated to “Un jeune à l’agenda” was held on August 31 at Sherpa/PECH in Quebec. …En savoir plus
« PARTISPACE – Spaces and Styles of Participation » est un projet de recherche portant sur les possibilités formelles, non-formelles et informelles de la participation des jeunes dans les villes européennes. « The study asks for the different ways in which …En savoir plus
« Ce livre retrace les processus qui favorisent ou non l’engagement politique des jeunes, par le regard croisé d’études rigoureuses portant tantôt sur des formes d’action politique attendues des pouvoirs publics (le vote, la participation associative), tantôt sur des formes plus contestataires (notamment chez des …En savoir plus