Le projet de Recherche phénoménologique et recours en matière d’emploi et d’invalidité (PROUD) est une initiative de recherche pluriannuel qui étudie la limitation fonctionnelle et l’emploi. L’étude compare les expériences d’employé(e)s ayant un handicap, d’employeurs qui embauchent ces personnes et de leurs compagnons et compagnes de travail, dans cinq pays : le Canada, les États-Unis, le Royaume-Uni, la France et la Belgique.

Le projet PROUD
Département des sciences politiques
Collège de Scarborough
Université de Toronto

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PROUD Project Blog – March 2022 Update March 18, 2022  The PROUD Project researchers have shifted our focus to interviewing research participants in France and the UK, now that our Canadian interviews are almost complete.  We are still open to recruiting employers and managers in Canada who employ people with disabilities in their workplace to talk to us about their experiences. Since… suite


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The PROUD Project
The PROUD Project1 year ago
Good news. The deadline is 30 June 2021 - so hurry and apply!
The PROUD Project
The PROUD Project1 year ago
Join us for a preliminary view of our interview research 1:00-2:200 pm EDT Wednesday 2 June 2021. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/webinar-what-does-disability-inclusion-bring-to-the-workplace-registration-152752178879
The PROUD Project
The PROUD Project1 year ago
https://calgaryherald.com/opinion/columnists/van-herk-time-for-a-reset-alberta-non-compliance-is-neither-heroic-resistance-nor-visionary I agree as a disabled person: "Non-compliance ultimately has little to do with freedom or personal responsibility but relies on a radical conception of personal autonomy at the expense of the weak and vulnerable." A. van Herk re: the pandemic in Alberta