CFR Community Members are activists, teachers, public officials, or senior (non-student) researchers not affiliated with a university whose activities (work or non-work) relate substantively to the research and teaching concerns of CFR. This membership category recognizes the important contributions community activists, artists and public intellectuals make to the on-going scholarly life of the Centre. Applications are posted on the Centre’s website. Criteria for affiliation will be based on membership in a research project or a research cluster that is affiliated with the Centre. Appointments of Community Scholars are made for up to three years, renewable, by the Executive Committee, using criteria approved by the Council.
BECOME A COMMUNITY MEMBER:
Nancy Baroni (Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action)
Elizabeth Bruehl (Psychoanalyst)
Andree Cote (Public Service Alliance of Canada)
Shelagh Day (Poverty and Human Rights Centre)
Bonnie Diamond (Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action)
Toni Francis (Peel Committee Against Woman Abuse)
Tatiana Fraser (Girls Action Foundation)
Joyce Hancock (Independent Consultant)
Farha Leilani (Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation)
Sarah Lugtig (Manitoba Human Rights Commission)
Kate McInturff (Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action)
Yvonne Peters (Independent Consultant)
Girls Inc. of York Region
The YWCA Girls Centre
CFR Research Staff Members:
CFR Research Staff Members are non-student research staff employed in research projects carried out directly by the Centre. This membership status is automatic, subject to verification by the Director. Membership for these positions is by invitation only.
Julia Pyryeskina, Coordinator
CFR Staff Members:
CFR Staff Members are non-student staff employed, including contractually, by CFR to perform functions other than to conduct research. Appointments are made by the Director. Membership for these positions is by invitation only.