De la résilience à la résistance : Comment les personnes racisées naviguent dans les structures d’oppressions dans la société et au quotidien?
3 July 2023
Sur la base d’une analyse des textes scientifiques, historiques, sociologiques et politiques et de recherches menées dans le milieu communautaire, cet article se veut une exploration des expériences et vécues des personnes racisées dans le milieu communautaire à travers les effets actuels du colonialisme. Un bref survol sur l’historique du racisme systémique s’impose pour bien saisir les subtilités des violences vécues par les personnes racisées.
The central point of this study is to analyze the role of Nonprofit organizations in the socioeconomic development of vulnerable families, a case study of USAID Gimbuka “Be Resilient” program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Caritas Rwanda since 2012. Specifically, this study assessed how the program contributed to health improvement, economic development, and job creation among vulnerable families supported.
Gender Discrimination and Female Children’s Education in Northern Nigeria: A case study of the Gbagyi of Abuja
Are you curious to know how gender inequality affects the education of female children in Northern Nigeria? This study of the Abuja Gbagyi has revealed some startling information that everyone should know. You will learn more about the difficulties young girls in this area face and what can be done to advance gender equity and educational access.
2 July 2023
This research sought to answer the central question of whether community resource sharing has the potential for anticapitalist social transformation. In this paper, we try to answer three questions: 1) whether a community fridge can erode capitalism; 2) whether community resource sharing encourages thoughts or behaviours outside capitalism ; 3) what is the impact of the community fridge and does it contribute to human flourishing?
14 June 2022
I never wanted to tell anyone about my prison experience. This text is my story, how it started, it went wrong and how I pulled myself back from the abyss. As I am a student of social innovation, I realized that my lived experiences could be helpful not only for others to learn about my mistakes and transform their lives and for those researching this topic.
2 July 2021
On May 23rd 2021, the research group on democratic economic planning at the CRITS organized a colloquium of three conferences at The Great Transition.
21 October 2020
Video recording of Bengi Akbulut conference at the CRITS on October 21st 2020.
20 January 2020