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Research Planning for Global Poverty and Homelessness Policies and Services: A Case Study of a Joint Canadian-South Africa Initiative

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  • Global poverty, homelessness and health-related issues require both international and country-specific research to explore best collaborative approaches, determine relevant global health services and policy research questions, and explore how collaborative partnerships and research can be applied in practice with people who are homeless. A workshop was organized in South Africa with Canadian and South African researchers, non-researchers and community leaders, and community charitable organizations. Open discussions focused on the approaches for joint research, capacity building and knowledge transfer initiatives regarding low income and homelessness issues. One of the results is a guiding framework for these initiatives.

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    2012
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    Article (Published)
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/R3MW28H44
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    © 2012 Online Research Journals. This version of this article is open access and can be downloaded and shared. The original author(s) and source must be cited.
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    • Richter, S. M., Kovacs Burns, K., Botha, A. D. H. (2012). Research Planning for Global Poverty and Homelessness Policies and Services: A Case Study of a Joint Canadian-South Africa Initiative. Online Journal of Social Sciences Research, 1(3), 85 - 91.