- Holley, Paul (Author)
The following evaluation report fulfills a key deliverable of a broader project funded by Canadian Heritage and titled Best Practices in Community Engagement for the English Speaking Youth Population in Quebec, which was implemented by Youth 4 Youth (Y4Y) Quebec from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020. The key objective of this project was to boost youth engagement and participation in political and community life in Quebec. Y4Y successfully accomplished this objective by engaging over 1,000 youth through a series of 30 community consultations, 12 focus groups, and a youth survey delivered on-line and in-person with 520 respondents. The focus of this report is on the key findings from the survey, which targeted Englishspeaking youth ages 16 to 30 from across the province and collected quantitative and qualitative information on youth media consumption and community engagement activities. A gender-based analysis of key survey findings was also conducted and is presented in this report along with a set of recommendations for community organizations serving Quebec’s English-speaking youth population.
Youth for Youth Québec (Y4Y Québec)
March 31, 2020
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Holley, Paul. Evaluation Report. Youth for Youth Québec (Y4Y Québec), March 31, 2020.
Contributing CKOL partner
- Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC)
- Coasters Association
- Committee for Anglophone Social Action (CASA)
- Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN)
- English Language Arts Network (ELAN)
- Neighbours Regional Association of Abitibi-Témiscamingue
- Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN)
- Quebec Writers’ Federation (QWF)
- Regional Association of West Quebecers (RAWQ)
- Voice of English-speaking Québec (VEQ)
- Youth Employment Services (YES)
- Youth for Youth Québec (Y4Y Québec)
Link to this record
Related contributing CKOL partners
Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC)
English-speaking Black population of Montreal
Developing historical and cultural programming; community networking; youth employment support