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        Acting Together

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        Acting Together is a strength-based project aimed at preventing youth gang involvement. The project represents collaboration between academic researchers and community partners. It is federally funded through the Community-University Research Alliance (CURA) award of $1 million by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada.

        The aim of AT-CURA project is to identify factors that prevent youth from violent and gang-related criminal activities. Using mixed methodology of academic research (Quantitative) and community consultations (Qualitative), the project will provide an evidence-based foundation to create programs to foster the identified preventive factors among youth. 

        Research Questions

        1. What are the culturally relevant modifiable protective factors pertaining to youth involvement in gang-related violence?
        2. What are the assets and strengths of our youth?
        3. What preventative programs and strategies will most effectively reduce youth involvement in gang-related violence?

        Acting Together will address its research questions through three primary activities:

        1. Research (Quantitative and Qualitative)
        2. Training and education
        3. Knowledge dissemination