Asian-Canadian youth identities in a pandemic era

  • Khanlou, Nazila (PI)
  • Santos, Luísa (Investigador)
  • Davidson, Deborah (Investigador)
  • Nunes, Fernando (Investigador)
  • Seto Nielsen, Lisa (Investigador)
  • Skop, M. (Investigador)
  • Zangeneh, Masood (Investigador)

Detalhes do projeto

Description

Asian-Canadian
youth identities in a pandemic era: arts-based research
, or YouthAre, is a project
which hopes to help filling the gap between the growing body of literature
describing the pandemic’s health disparities, medical illness and mental health
outcomes, and the limited focus given to its psychosocial impacts on racialized
youth from an interdisciplinary perspective. By examining Asian-Canadian
youth’s experiences of individual and collective identities through arts-based
research methods (visual: Self-Portraits, Relational Maps; drama: Readers
Theatre) and participatory knowledge transfer activities in digital format as well, YouthAre
 overall benefit will be to increase
understanding of racialized youth’s challenges and resilience during the
pandemic, to inform youth-centred initiatives, and to increase opportunities
and resources for youth.



CECC
researcher Luísa Santos participates in this research project.

Título curtoAsian-Canadian youth identities in a pandemic era
AcrónimoYouthAre
EstadoAtivo
Data de início/fim efetiva1/01/221/01/25

Parceiros colaborativos

Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável da ONU

Em 2015, os estados membros da ONU acordaram 17 Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) globais para acabar com a pobreza, proteger o planeta e garantir a prosperidade para todos. O projeto contribui para o(s) seguinte(s) ODS:

  • ODS 4 - Educação de qualidade
  • ODS 16 - Paz, justiça e instituições fortes

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