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Homeward Trust Edmonton and our Research Committee are pleased to announce the release of a Request for Proposals: Community Research Projects 2012

Community-based research project funding is intended to support the generation of knowledge and community research capacity to help address the needs of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Edmonton.

Who is eligible?
> Community-based organizations
> Academic or institutional researchers working in collaboration with one or multiple community-based organizations
> Aboriginal researchers, organizations and service providers are especially encouraged to apply.

Details regarding eligibility, priority areas, application process, and other considerations are listed in the RFP.Read the Request for Proposals: Community Research Projects 2012

All submissions to the RFP are due no later than 12:00 pm (NOON) on Friday, July 20, 2012.

Information Sessions

Homeward Trust Edmonton is hosting two sessions in the coming weeks to assist potential proponents:

1. Public Information Session: Homeward Trust Edmonton RFP: Community Research Projects 2012

This session will provide an overview of the RFP and serve an opportunity to ask questions related to the RFP and application process.

Date: Thursday, June 7 (please note the date change)
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Location: Edmonton Room, on the lower level of Stanley A. Milner Library (7 Sir Winston Churchill Square)

RSVP: Space is limited, so please confirm your attendance with Beth Hayward at [email protected] by Tuesday, June 5th.

2. Workshop: Ethics Considerations and Review for Community-Based Research Projects

Funded projects that, based on the ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool, require ethics review but do not have access to one of the other research ethics boards in Alberta, will be referred to the Community Research Ethics Board of Alberta (CREBA) for review.

This workshop, co-presented by Homeward Trust Edmonton and Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions (AIHS), is geared towards community-based organizations and researchers unfamiliar with ARECCI and/or CREBA. It will provide information, guidance, and support regarding ethical considerations in research and evaluation, using the ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool, and the process for submitting to CREBA.

More information on the ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool and CREBA are available on the AIHS website:

Date: Monday, June 11
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Location: Community Room, Homeward Trust Edmonton (6th Floor, 10242 – 105 Street)

RSVP: Space is limited, so please confirm your attendance with Beth Hayward at [email protected] by Thursday, June 7th.