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Scott E. Graham
Scott’s specilaities include qualitative and quantitative research, human development service planning, and evaluation and knowledge translation. He has completed projects funded by a diverse range of local, national and international organizations, has delivered over 100 community development workshops, and has published over 50 applied studies and peer reviewed academic articles. His main areas of concern include poverty and income inequality, food insecurity, capacity development among civil society organizations, and truth and reconciliation between Indigenous and settler communities.
Scott is keen to work with people who are committed to evidence-based community planning and development processes that achieve social justice outcomes.