The Water Wins project team has collected data through interviews with key informants, a survey of residents in the two communities, and a retrospective analysis of local and national news media, which we will delve into in a series of short reports.
This is a series of three community reports that will aim to answer key questions, toward eventually answering the project's overarching question: does an organization’s success encourage more people to become involved, or make them feel that their participation is no longer needed?
Report One (Fall 2015): What are people concerned about when it comes to water?
Report Two (Winter 2016): What do people know about the work of local activist groups?
Report Three (Spring 2016): What does engagement in water activism look like at the community level?
Thank you for your interest in our research. We hope you find this series of reports to be interesting, informative and useful.
This project is funded by a
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant.