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E-Alliance is delighted to announce the results of our 2020 Request for Proposals, representing a breadth of outstanding projects that foster collaborations, mentorship and intersectional approaches, with the E-Alliance’s framework as a guide.

This funding was made available to support Canadian academics from across the country whose work supports E-Alliance’s research priorities: program evaluation, the nature of experiences (in sport) and transforming to a gender+ equitable sport culture. These research priorities were identified by the E-Alliance scientific committee and guided by literature reviews that determined research gaps and pressing next questions related to gender+ equity in sport.

Recipients are from across Canada, with submissions from British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia, representing a total investment of approximately $150,000 in funding.  Among the many excellent applicants, York University PhD student Gobi Sriranganathan’s project, “Sport leadership in the Greater Toronto Area Tamil diaspora: Exploring the lived experiences of sport leaders in Tamil grassroots sport organizations” was especially strong.

“The grassroots nature of Sriranganathan’s project and its intersectional approach is very exciting,” says E-Alliance Codirector Professor Gretchen Kerr. “We are delighted to support all of these colleagues from across Canada who can help E-Alliance to fulfill our research priorities.”

On a broader level, these types of collaborations will also help Canada move closer towards its goal to achieve gender equity by 2035.

Click here to read the full list of the projects that were awarded funding.

E-Alliance will be launching its next RFP cycle in summer 2021. Stay tuned for updated application materials and details in the coming months.