RESEARCH/RESOURCES

Amadeusz, in partnership with Humber College, The Laidlaw Foundation and The City of Toronto’s Toronto Youth Equity Strategy conducted research on ‘sparks’ for firearm possession among young people in Toronto. Refer to the links below for more information about our findings:


Summary of Research. (2018) Look at My Life: ‘Sparks’ for Firearm Possession Among Young People in Toronto. http://amadeusz.ca/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Firearm-Research-Summary-2.pdf

Gopal, TN., Scott, F., & Wolak, K. (2018). Look at My Life: ‘Sparks’ for Firearm Possession Among Young People in Toronto. 1-33.http://amadeusz.ca/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Look-at-My-Life-Sparks-for-Firearm-Possession-Among-Young-People-in-Toronto.pdf

City of Toronto News Release re: Firearm Possession - July 20th, 2018


Other publications include:
George, P., Gopal, TN., Woods, S. (2014). Look at my Life: Access to Education for the Remand Population in Ontario. Canadian Review of Social Policy, 70: 34-47.

Woods, S., Gopal, TN., George, P. (2018) Responding to Neoliberalism: The Case of the Look at my Life Project. Critical Social Work, 19 (2): 60-74.

RESOURCES

The following toolkit was created by Amadeusz in partnership with the City of Toronto through the Toronto Youth Equity Strategy (TYES). This toolkit is designed to provide resources to City and community-based staff working with MVP youth (youth most vulnerable to involvement in serious violence and crime).

Educational Attainment for MVP Youth Toolkit

The Look At My Life Project – A Participant Story:

A closer look at the impact of our program from a first-hand experience of one of our participants.