Social R&D SI Canada Call for case studies
SI Canada wants to share how Canadian organizations are using these practices and approaches to advance their own work: improving their programs, outcomes and the lives of their communities. We are offering five grants of $5,000 to help you tell your story and share your learnings: successes, failures and insights in your efforts to advance your work through Social R&D. Case studies can be written, audio or video, in French and English.

Read more about this opportunity here:
https://sicanada.org/2020/03/10/were-looking-for-canadas-leading-social-rd-projects/

We’re looking for case studies that are:
+ from across the country
+ from both urban and rural contexts
+ centering equity for BIPOC and marginalized peoples

++++ Deadline extended to March 31++++
Please fill out this form by March 31, 2020, 5pm, PST.
If you have any questions about this opportunity, please email annelies@socialinnovation.ca
Your name *
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Email address *
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Phone number *
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Name of your project / organization *
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What challenge(s) in your community are you working to address? (100 words max) *
Specifically, are you working to address the transition to a new economy, affordable housing crisis and/or Indigenous relations?
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Who is your project serving? And who is involved in your project? Partners, community members, stakeholders, etc. (100 words max) *
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What Social R&D practices are you using? (100 words max) *
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What story do you want to share about your work? (250 words max) *
What would you like others to know about your work? The risks you took, the insights you discovered
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What would you spend the $5,000 on? (250 words max) *
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Are there existing stories / media / reports about your project? Please paste links here
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If you received these funds, would you be willing to publicly share your learnings and failures about your efforts? *
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