Congratulations to faculty members who received Insight Development Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Professor Wolfgang Alschner received funding for his project “Multilateralizing ‘WTO-extra’ Issues: A Computational Analysis of Rule Convergence in Preferential Trade Agreements”; Professor Florian Martin-Bariteau received a grant for his project “Les secrets et les lanceurs d'alerte dans un monde numérique”; and Professor João Velloso received funding for his project “Sentence severity and deportation: mapping criminality and collateral consequences of punishment at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada”.
More information on each of these projects will follow in the coming days.
Additionally, Professor Angela Cameron is a co-applicant on a funded project entitled “Gender and Impact Benefit Agreements”; Professor Marina Pavlović is a co-applicant on a project entitled “Access to Justice Through Public-Centred Design: The Civil Resolution Tribunal as Case Study”; and Professor Kyle Kirkup is a co-applicant on a project “Gender expression under construction: How school boards are shaping Ontario's newest human rights category”. Professor Kirkup’s project was featured this morning at a national press conference presided over by Minister of Science and Sport, Kirsty Duncan. You can read about that announcement here.
Congratulations to all of our grant recipients!