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Sarah Flicker

Lessons learned from facilitating critical audience engagement with the celling sex film

Lessons learned from facilitating critical audience engagement with the celling sex film

“Because at the end of the day, whether I’m trading my body for sex, or my mind for like a university degree, or I’m trading my ability to play soccer to be a professional soccer player, I’m still just trading what I can do, and what I can do well for the world. But the

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The home and adolescent girls' sexual wellbeing during COVID-19

The home and adolescent girls' sexual wellbeing during COVID-19

How does the home impact adolescent girls’ sexual wellbeing? What kinds of norms about sex and sexuality exist in the home? How has the quality of sexual relationships and wellbeing changed by being home more often due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders? These are the questions that CGS-M recipient, Leah Coppella, is exploring in her MA

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Sarah Flicker

Sarah Flicker

Professor York Research Chair (Tier2) in Community-Based Participatory ResearchEnvironmental Arts & Justice Coordinator Credentials PhD Social Science and Health, University of TorontoMPH Maternal & Child Health and Epidemiology, University of California, BerkeleyBA (Honours) Medical Anthropology, Brown University Research Keywords Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health; Community-Based Participatory Research; HIV/AIDS; And Community Development. Contact Information 4700 Keele StreetToronto, ON M3J

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Examining intersections of youth, pedagogy, sexuality, and technology

Examining intersections of youth, pedagogy, sexuality, and technology

How can sex, relationships, and health education pedagogies meaningfully address the role new media plays in young people’s relational lives? How can these pedagogies also take an intersectional and holistic lens to young people’s seemingly individual experiences of sex, gender, relationality, and violence? These are the research questions that have guided Dr. Alanna Goldstein’s work

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Transnational Perspectives on COVID-19’s Impact on Youth Sexuality, Risk and Relationships

Transnational Perspectives on COVID-19’s Impact on Youth Sexuality, Risk and Relationships

Principal Investigator: Sarah Flicker. Funding: SSHRC New Frontiers Research Fund. Term: 2021-2023. The project brings together an international and interdisciplinary team of scholars with expertise in participatory methods, sexuality, and global health research. The project’s multi-method, multidisciplinary, and multi-site research will examine how COVID-19 is redefining risk and re-forming youth sexuality in Australia, Canada, and

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Re-Search for Re-Creation: Youth Making with Place to Catalyze Change

Re-Search for Re-Creation: Youth Making with Place to Catalyze Change

Principal Investigator: Sarah Flicker. Partner: Sketch Working Arts. Funding: SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant. Term: 2021-2023. The project aims to build on and actualize the knowledge and learning surfaced and generated by Sketch Working Arts' Making with Place youth artist researchers, to disseminate key stories and findings, and identify pathways forward for the Sketch agency, and

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Community-based participatory research

Community-based participatory research

Principal Investigator: Sarah Flicker Funding: York Research Chair Term: 2020-2025 The overarching goal of the research program is to improve the sexual and reproductive health outcomes of youth communities with a special emphasis on those communities that experience heightened vulnerabilities as a result of historic and ongoing structural and interpersonal violence. Focusing on improving structural,

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Engaging community stakeholder groups in health research

Engaging community stakeholder groups in health research

For more than a decade, Professor Sarah Flicker has been engaged with various community stakeholder groups and allied practitioners in health equity research. In line with her combined roles as York Research Chair (Tier2) in Community-Based Participatory Research and Environmental Arts and Justice Coordinator, Flicker actively extends her capacity-bridging approach with urban and rural racialized youth and women in conducting

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York paper part of journal's special collection on health promotion in Indigenous communities

York paper part of journal's special collection on health promotion in Indigenous communities

A paper out of York University is included in a special collection of Health Promotion Practice that focuses on health engagement, knowledge and participating in Indigenous communities. A journal of the Society for Public Health Education, Health Promotion Practice has curated eight papers published in 2020 that focus on Indigenous health, and has made the collection open access. The

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Camera in hand, HIV stakeholders asked to capture engagement

Camera in hand, HIV stakeholders asked to capture engagement

A grad student taps into a previously unexplored community in HIV service delivery and programming: the stakeholders. She puts a camera in their hands, literally, and discovers many visual metaphors for the journey of HIV – all of which have compelling implications for practice. Sarah Switzer, a PhD student (now graduate) supervised by Professor Sarah Flicker in

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