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RESOLVE Statement Gathering Project: Partnering With the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Community Cheryl Fraehlich, RESOLVE Manitoba

RESOLVE

Research and Education for

Solutions To Violence and Abuse

resolve
RESOLVE
  • Prairie-based research network that coordinates and supports research aimed at ending violence, especially violence aimed at girls and women
  • Centres at University of Manitoba, University of Saskatchewan and University of Calgary
our mission
Our Mission
  • Work with community groups to identify areas where additional research needs to be done
  • Work in interdisciplinary teams in partnership with community groups and other universities and centres in Canada
  • Train students and members of community organizations in research methods
the alliance of canadian research centres on violence
The Alliance of Canadian Research Centres on Violence
  • RESOLVE (Manitoba, Saskatchewan & Alberta)
  • Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women Against Women and Children – University of Western Ontario
  • Freda Centre for Research on Violence Against Women and Children – Vancouver
  • Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research – University of New Brunswick
  • Le center de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la violence familiale et la violence faite aux femmes (CRI-VIFF) – University of Montreal
resolve projects the healing journey
RESOLVE Projects: The Healing Journey
  • A longitudinal, tri-provincial study examining women’s experiences of intimate partner violence
  • Funded by SSHRC (CURA)
  • Over 200 women from each of the Prairie Provinces have participated in semi-structured interviews
  • Relied on partnerships with community agencies and organizations
statement gathering project phase i
Statement Gathering Project: Phase I
  • Prepare a submission for ethics approval to the University of Manitoba Research Ethics Board
  • Recruit, hire and train 12 statement gatherers
  • Explore ways of identifying and recruiting individuals who want to provide statements about their residential school experience
  • Explore and identify safe spaces for statement gathering
  • Begin to gather statements in the community
ethics
Ethics
  • Detailed submission to Research Ethics Board
  • Not “typical” research
  • Required negotiation with TRC
  • Certificate of ethical approval received
statement gatherers
Statement Gatherers
  • 12 trained statement gatherers:
    • 11 Aboriginal
    • 10 females/ 2 males
    • 6 students/6 community
    • English, Cree and Ojibway
  • Teams of 1 academic facilitator and 4 statement gatherers
training
Training
  • Two day in-house training
    • Introduction to TRC
    • Process and procedures for statement gathering
    • Role of health support workers
    • Compassion fatigue/self care
    • Team building
  • Two day training organized by TRC
trc national event winnipeg june 16 19
TRC National Event: Winnipeg June 16 -19
  • 14 RESOLVE statement gatherers worked at National Event (plus 6 RESOLVE Sask.)
  • 275 private statements
  • Some participated in youth sharing circle
more training
More Training!
  • Reviewing process and procedures
  • Training on audio/video equipment
statement gathering sites
Statement Gathering Sites
  • William Norrie Centre
    • 2 rooms
  • Aboriginal Education Centre
    • 2 rooms
  • “Centralized” system to obtain information about the project and schedule statements
recruitment
Recruitment
  • Presentations at community agencies:

Osborne House West Broadway Women’s Centre

Wolseley Family Place Nine Circles Community Health Centre

Ma Mawi Kekinan Centre

Urban Circle North End Women’s Centre

Mothers of Red Nation Native Women’s Transition Centre

Ikwe-Widdjiitiwin Andrews Street Family Centre

Ka Ni Kanichihk

recruitment14
Recruitment
  • Recruitment process will be ongoing:
    • Revisiting agencies
    • Consultation with agency staff, elders, community members
the future phase 2
The Future: Phase 2
  • Continue statement gathering within community (Winnipeg)
  • Possible expansion to other Manitoba sites
possibilities for research
Possibilities for Research
  • Examination of strength and resilience
thank you questions

Thank you!Questions?

fraehlic@cc.umanitoba.ca