Reports & Research
As one of IPW'S key priorities, we work collaboratively with community & academic researchers, as well as community organizations, community leaders and various partners and stakeholders to develop research projects and subsequent reports that are turned into actionable items in addressing systemic barriers for marginalized communities.
Check out some of our more Recent IPW led collaborative research Projects & reports.
Also, browse through some of the toolkits and other collaborative reports and research we have been apart of with our sector tables, coalitions and councils!
Exploring Experiences of Racism and Anti-Racism in Sport in Winnipeg: Final Report
A shared goal amongst the partners on the Anti-Racism in Sport Campaign is to use research and education to develop tools to identify and disrupt racism in sport in order to address and eliminate barriers to sport participation for First Nations, Métis Nation, Inuit, Black, Racialized and religious minority communities in Winnipeg.
The research described in this report was conducted to inform the Anti-Racism in Sport Campaign’s public awareness campaign, school presentations, training presentations and workshops, and the development of an Anti-Racism in Sport Accord. The research involved 12 online focus groups involving 39 participants who take part in sport in Winnipeg as athletes, coaches, officials and/or service providers. Through these focus group discussions, participants provided their insights via their lived experiences as members of Winnipeg’s sport community.
This research was conducted by researchers from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management.
To read the report, click on the following link: Exploring Experiences of Racism and Anti-Racism in Sport in Winnipeg – Final Report.
Supported Transitions: Effective Educational Approaches for Older Refugee Youth with Interrupted Schooling
The research was conducted throughout 2019 in collaboration with the Newcomer Education Coalition, with financial support from the Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition (CYRRC). The research examined the experiences of older refugee youth with interrupted schooling, explored features of effective educational approaches and identified opportunities to collectively develop programming options and associated supports for these youth. This report is accessible under limited copyright protection. As long as this report is accurately and completely credited and not used for commercial motives, you may download, distribute, photocopy, cite or excerpt this document.
By Nicole Jowett, with contributions from Ray Silvius, Abdikheir Ahmed, and Noëlle DePape.
To read the report, click on the following link: Supported Transitions- Effective Educational Approaches for Older Refugee Youth with Interrupted Schooling
Fostering Safe Spaces for Dialogue and Relationship-building Between Newcomer and Indigenous Peoples
This report discusses wise practices for the relationship-building process between Newcomers and Indigenous Peoples, as well as recommendations for the development of an orientation toolkit for newcomers.
The project was sponsored by The Winnipeg Foundation through the Emerging Leaders Fellowship (ELF) program with the requirement to work with a local registered charitable organization – in this case, Immigration Partnership Winnipeg – to help build our community.
Authored by Aliraza Alidina, Darrien Morton & Jenna Wirch
This report is accessible under limited copyright protection. As long as this report is accurately and completely credited and not used for commercial motives, you may download, distribute, photocopy, cite or excerpt this document.
To read the report in English Please Click Here
To read the report in French Please Click Here