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Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies

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This Community-based Research (CBR) workshop on Water will involve a diverse mix of presentations on theory, practice, and learning, drawing on discussion and case studies spanning from local to global. The workshop is designed to showcase several multi-year SSHRC funded research projects, including ‘Training the Next Generation’ that included a focus on training and knowledge related to CBR, including work on water governance specifically, as well as a training and research effort related to water issues in the Angat basin, Philippines. Following several talks and roundtables in the morning session, including a global overview of CBR, and several panels highlighting the practice and experience of CBR related to water, the second half of the workshop (afternoon) will involve an interactive component where participants will engage with each other and the critical insights from the earlier presentations to collectively learn and advance challenges and opportunities in CBR. Info on the overall project: https://watergovernance.ca/projects/community-based-research/




Panel Sessions: Theory and Practice of CBR


9:00 am Check-in and welcome

9:15 - 10:00 am Introduction to CBR. Global overview (Theory): Crystal Tremblay and Budd Hall, UNESCO Chair in CBR and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, U Vic

10:00 - 10:30 am Overview of insights and lessons from literature review and case study research on training in CBR focused on water (Training): Crystal Tremblay (UNESCO Chair, U Vic) and Leila Harris (IRES, PoWG, UBC)

10:30 - 11:15 am Water related CBR in and with First Nations (Panel): Nicole Wilson (IRES, UBC), Emma Norman (Northwest Indian College) and Rita Asgeirrson (Northwest Indian College)

11:15 - 12:00 pm Water related CBR in Angat Basin and the Philippines (Panel): Phil Torio (IRES, UBC), Eva Crego (Geography, UBC) and Emily Rosen (SCARP, UBC) with contributions from Sameer Shah (IRES, UBC) and Leonora Angeles (SCARP, GRSJ, UBC)

12:00 - 12:30 pm Lunch (offered only to attendees staying on for the afternoon workshops)

12:30 - 1:00 pm Sharing Participatory Videos from Ghana and South Africa: Program on Water Governance project (Crystal Tremblay). Videos shown while participants finish lunch.


Interactive workshops in CBR & Water

Workshops will be interactive training sessions. They will be held concurrently and previous registration is required (i.e. you must select and register to only one workshop session)


1:00 - 3:00 pm Workshop A: Arts-based methods for CBR with Crystal Tremblay and Budd Hall (UNESCO Chair in CBR and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, U Vic)

What is arts-based research? Learn skills that are useful for arts-based research and engagement. Crystal Tremblay and Budd Hall will provide an overview of the theory and practice of arts‐based research, drawing from their own research and teaching experience. Participants will learn hands‐on skills in the creative process of storytelling and the creation of storyboards, drawing, and related techniques.


1:00 - 3:00 pm Workshop B: Working and researching with First Nations communities in good ways: An Indigenist research project between Musqueam Indian Band and UBC with Shelly Johnson (School of Social Work), Andrea Lyall (Faculty of Forestry) and Corrina Sparrow (Musqueam Indian Band)

Using an Indigenist research project between Musqueam Indian Band and UBC, participants will learn about respectful, reciprocal, responsible and relevant ways to work in relationship with First Nations peoples. This presentation will include important ways to consider nation specific protocols, how to co-design research, Indigenous ethics, OCAP, and trust building.







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