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What: Community Research Network Annual Conference

When: June 11-13, 1999

Where: Amherst, Massachusetts

Who: scholars, community activists and organizers, funders, students, experienced practitioners of community-based research, and anyone interested in community-based research

Why:

  • Talk through community-based research process and strategize ways to overcome obstacles
  • Get ideas to walk away with and implement at home
  • Strengthen the Community Research Network
  • Build Relationships

Inspiring, inter-active, restorative conference bringing people together to share their experiences with community-based research, and inform a growing movement.

Including a Workshop for those who want to learn about community-based research for the first time with the guidance of experienced practitioners.

Co-Sponsors include: The Loka Institute, Consortium for Sustainable Agriculture Research Education, Science & Environmental Health Network, Project South: Institute for the Elimination of Poverty & Genocide, The Bonner Foundation, Childhood Cancer Research Institute, School for Workers at the University of Wisconsin

Contact the Loka Institute for further information regarding co-sponsorship, registration (space is limited!), workshops. email: Loka@Loka.org.

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