The Critical PAR Institutes

 

2022 CRITICAL PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH INSTITUTE

JUNE 7-10, 2022*

Over the course of the 4 days we will immerse ourselves in the theory, methods, and ethics of critical participatory action research, engaging large and small group discussions with experienced researchers.  Participants will be introduced to the necessary skills and knowledge to integrate a critical PAR approach into their scholarship, research, and/or organizing. This year we are especially encouraging applications from graduate students, faculty, and members of community based organizations who have projects that are ongoing or that they wish to develop. 

*PLEASE NOTE: We will make a decision closer to the June about whether the we gather in-person (following cdc recommended protocols for in person gatherings) or over Zoom.

 

Applications for the 2022 Summer CPAR Intensive will be accepted on a rolling basis

 

THE CPAR SUMMER INTENSIVE COVERS:

  • The history, theory, methods, & ethics of critical PAR
  • Building partnerships with community & community based organizations
  • Creating conditions for creating meaningful collaboration within research collectives
  • Designing critical participatory research with IRBs & community review boards
  • Participatory approaches to methods and analysis: mapping, community-generated surveys, interviews, focus groups
  • Engaging the arts and performance as research tools

PARTICIPANTS WILL:

  • Advance current projects & develop new research ideas in a community of peers and experienced critical PAR researchers (both university & community based)
  • Join a diverse international network of critical participatory action researchers

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

The Critical PAR Intensive is designed to bring together geographically diverse participants from universities, communities, and community-based organizations. We encourage participants to apply with a research project to workshop. We also encourage research teams to apply together, however each member of the team must fill out a separate application.
Individual graduate students, faculty, and community workers are also welcome.
 

The tuition is $1200 with limited scholarships available, see application.