Recent developments, news and resources relating to the study of social movements in Canada. Includes research funding, institutes, conferences and more.
Fellowships and scholarships for graduate studies in the field of social movements. There are also numerous funding opportunities from the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta for Master, PhD and Postdoctoral candidates interested in studying social movements.
Research funding opportunities for professionals and academic faculty.
Readings lists on the topic of state funding for social movements
All information sources from statefunding.ca and the database should be acknowledged by the User and cited as follows:
- Clément, Dominique. “Title of Page or Document.” State Funding for Social Movements. Accessed [date accessed, e.g. 28 July 2020] www.statefunding.ca.
Clément, Dominique. State Funding for Social Movements Database. Accessed [date accessed, e.g. 28 July 2020] database.statefunding.ca
Canada’s Human Rights History explores the history of human rights activism in Canada.