Read report Researchers conducted a high-level review of the preliminary results to identify key themes or learnings from Phase One. We met (virtually) with a subset of the Phase 1 participants to present these themes and get their feedback. The purpose of the meeting was to give participants an opportunity to comment on the findings … Continue reading Connecting the Circle: Participants’ Feedback on Diaries Phase 1 Research Results
Paper written by Carly Kublick For a Directed Readings course, International Development, The University of Winnipeg Menno Simons College, Canadian Mennonite University Efforts in recent decades to advance gender equality have succeeded in increasing women’s economic participation. There are still many barriers, however, experienced by low-income women that prevent them from achieving their own definitions … Continue reading Financial Exclusion and Gender Inequity Among Low-Income Women in Canada
Video Staff and phase one participants of the Canadian Financial Diaries research project discuss the benefits of participating in the diaries process. Phase One data are being analyzed and reported on now and phase two begins in September 2021. We are looking for people with low- and modest middle-income to participate in monthly meetings for … Continue reading Video to promote CFD Phase Two
By Katlin Abrahamson 30 August 2021 See one-page summary. There have been several efforts to reform Section 347, the Criminal Rate of Interest, in the past twenty years. Does Canada need an ‘official’ usury cap? See one-page summary. Also, see: Smyth, Sara. “Criminalizing Usury: The Evolution and Application of S. 347 of the Criminal Code.” … Continue reading Does Canada need an ‘official’ and fair usury cap?
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