SRH Curriculum Focus Group Discussion
What is it?
The Canadian Advisory of Women Immigrants (CAWI), is conducting a community research project to find out more about the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) curriculums taught in schools across Canada and how they have impacted minority populations like immigrants. The goal of the project is to help CAWI create more inclusive SRH resources for marginalized communities that can be used across schools in Canada.

Who are we looking for?
We are looking for individuals who identify as either first generation or second generation immigrants (see definitions below) and have received some form of sexual and reproductive health education in an educational institute (middle school, high school, university, college) in Canada. We prioritize applications from visible minorities, sexual/gender minorities, racialized communities and women identifying folks.

First generation immigrant: The first generation refers to those who are born outside of Canada and migrated to Canada later.
Second generation immigrant: The second generation refers to those with at least one parent who was born outside of Canada.

What is expected of me?
You will be expected to attend ONE focus group discussion (1.5-2 hours approx.) with 4 other individuals online via ZOOM in December. You will be expected to take part in discussions on sexual and reproductive health curriculums in educational institutes and the potential barriers for immigrant youth, as well as its intersection with mental health.

Will I be compensated?
You will be given a $20 honorarium for your time and work.

Your names will be kept confidential when quoting you in our final research report and the data will kept by the CAWI team securely.

For any questions or concerns, please reach out to
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Name: *
Age: *
Pronouns: *
Email: *
Phone number: *
Province of Residence: *
Do you identify as any of the following: *
If you answered other, please elaborate here: *
Are you a first-generation immigrant? *
Are you a second-generation immigrant? *
Have you received sexual and reproductive health education in an educational institute in Canada before? *
If you answered yes, could you elaborate on the education you have received?
At which educational level did you receive your sexual health education? *
If you answered other please elaborate here:
Do you have any lived experiences with mental health challenges? *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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