- CERi Programs
- Ethics of CER
- CER Network
- Upcoming Events
- Walk With Me: Story Walk and Sharing Circle
- Community-Engaged Climate Research Idea Jam
- Where Do We Go From Here? Mapping Climate Justice Frontlines
- Community Event: The Struggle for Democracy
- Digital Democracy and Identity Transformations
- Participedia-CERi Summer School
- The Tenant Class: a talk and Q&A with author Ricardo Tranjan
- Restorative Justice and Democracy in Education
- From Ideas to Impact: Opportunities for Community-Engaged Research in FASS
- What is the responsibility of Canadian media in the climate emergency?
- How can we do Community-Engaged Research well during a Health Crisis?
Community Event: The Struggle for Democracy
Building on the themes of the Participedia Summer School, this gathering of engaged scholars will explore the theory and practice of radical democracy through the lenses of power, disruption, care, creativity, the commons and new forms of democratic agency. Together, they will share stories about the impacts of radical democratic agency that address matters of concern such as inequality, Indigenous rights, racism, health crisis (including the drug poisoning crisis), and social isolation. They will consider the actions - small and large - taken in universities, communities and governments to strengthen democratic participation.