Are you a member of a community or not‑for‑profit organization looking to develop and access new research insights or address emerging issues in Canada or abroad? Are you interested in building networks?
Do you wish to work hand‑in‑hand with researchers and students to help generate benefits for communities and society at large?
SSHRC has a long history of facilitating innovative national and international partnerships that connect community partners and post‑secondary institution researchers with common goals on key social challenges. Whether you have participated in such a partnership before or are interested in learning more about potential opportunities to engage with researchers, this information will help get you started.
Research collaboration through SSHRC Partnerships gives you the opportunity to share your expertise while accessing other areas of knowledge, skills and talent to benefit all members of your partnership.
Social sciences and humanities researchers bring important insights on people—our cultures, how we behave and what influences our decision‑making. SSHRC Partnerships offer a chance to work jointly with researchers and with other public, private and not‑for‑profit partners to share and gain knowledge while creating new networks and synergies.