The Community-University Research Exchange (CURE) promotes community-driven social justice research.
We foster collaborations between university students and grassroots community groups working for social change. Groups can submit research requests or project proposals and students can undertake those projects, often for class credit. By facilitating meaningful exchanges between students and activists, CURE strives to redefine the boundary between the university and the communities that surround it. To learn more check out the ‘About’ section of our website.
Community Projects (by category)
PROJECT: Accessible Interface (Creative Interactive Multimedia)
This design-oriented project is focused on successful presentation of digital information related to The Mapping Project. Students will work with The Mapping Project coordinator to set up an inviting, engaging and accessible web presence for the project. This could include web design and development, video creation, infographic design – all while respecting web accessibility standards.
The Mapping Project itself is a year-long initiative at the Centre for Gender Advocacy to investigate inclusivity at Concordia around genders, sexualities, and neurodiversity. The project will look at inclusivity in the classroom and also in student services…[read more]
PROJECT: Making Profits with War: Canadian Corporations in Colombia
Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie (PASC) is a radical Montreal non-profit that sends international witnesses to Colombian peasant communities in order to bring support to these communities, to affirm their rights as civil populations living within a war zone, and to support their efforts in claiming their rights to land and self-determination.
Research questions we require energy to investigate and report on include: What are the main Canadian corporations in Colombia? What are their activities there? How do they interfere with national legislation to secure their investments?… [read more]
CURE Concordia is Hiring a Winter Work Study Student
Get paid to help us promote community-driven social justice research. If you’re hired, you’ll focus on conducting outreach to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) student groups at Concordia, as well as maintaining CURE’s social media presence…[read more]