Voices From the Community: Winnipeg Site Report of Key Informant Interviews & Community Focus Groups
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In support of Phase One, Part B of the research agenda for the Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Centred Prairie Communities, the Winnipeg Site at the Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg completed key informant interviews with 22 community agencies and 5 community focus groups, three of which were with youth participants. Two previous reports were created as this participatory research was completed. This final report, which incorporates the findings of all key informant interviews and focus groups, is seen as a compendium of: - issues/risk factors affecting children and youth in Winnipeg - community efforts in providing a mediating influence - “promising practices” in the provision of child and youth programming.
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