On November 3 and 4, 2022, the Research Centre on Social Innovations and Transformations will hold its fourth annual conference: Knowledge Engaged in Social Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges.
This event seeks to promote the decompartmentalization of practical, theoretical and experiential knowledge through four axes: knowledge construction and sharing, methodological challenges and issues, pedagogies and engagement with the community, and field knowledge and practices. More than twenty proposals from students, professors and practitioners from different institutions and backgrounds will be presented to reflect on the different ways of articulating research and collective action in a perspective of social change.
The complete program of the conference can be found here: Program final – CRITS 2022
To participate in the conference, you must purchase a ticket ($35 regular rate, $15 student and solidarity rate). Registration includes access to the conference for both days, as well as meals for breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks. Register here!
Link of the event here.
Conference Access :
The conference takes place entirely in person at the Mauril-Bélanger Social Innovation Workshop, located at 95 Clegg Street, Ottawa.
This conference is organized by CRITS in partnership with the Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality, the Mauril-Bélanger Social Innovation Workshop, and the Alban-D’Amours Chair in Teaching Leadership in the Sociology of Cooperation.
CRITS, based at Saint Paul University’s School of Social Innovation, recognizes that it is located in Ottawa on unceded Algonquin ancestral lands.