Community Research Network
The Community Research Network (CRN) is a trans-national network of research and grassroots organizations conducting community-based research for social change.
The mission of the CRN is to create a system through which grassroots, worker, and public-interest organizations and local governments can -- by establishing the agenda and controlling the results of research -- find solutions to social and environmental problems and participate more effectively in public policy.
The Loka Institute's The Living Knowledge Database on Community-Based Research includes organizations and individuals around the world participating in community-based research activities.
View a list of federal funding available for community-based research.
Find out about the benefits of CRN membership and how you can help.
Subscribe to CRN discussion lists to learn more about current issues.
See a complete list of publications relevant to the CRN
Download a recent, case study on community-based research in the US.
The Community Health Scholars Program, a post-doctoral fellowship program sponsored by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, is accepting applications.
The Environmental Justice Resource Center has published the 2000 People of Color Environmental Groups Directory. Visit www.ejrc.cau.edu or the directorys website to download or order a free copy of the book.
Canadian Community Research Initiative. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) is launching a pilot program to help organizations within communities and university institutions combine forces and tackle issues they have identified as being of common, priority concern.