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Community Action Research

Yongjie & Larry presented to the World Study Group at the Elder Law Conference, Vancouver, 2006.

Community Action Research

We believe that the value of research increases when it is relevant to the community and by community involvement in all stages. The sharing of results to transfer the knowledge gained to community practice.

relevance involved meaningful The knowledge gained benefits the community directly is more readily available for Define the problem ` can be applied

Currently, ICAL is partnering with Community Building Research and Action and Kwantlen University College to assess the occurrence of ageism in BC.

For more information on this project follow the link Ageism