Sabac, Ivan, and why I do what I do

I am a social action researcher.  I conduct research to lead to some type institutional change.  My introduction to social action research occurred in fall of 2011, after taking a course with Professor and Director of Engaged Scholarship Monica Griffin.  Working for nongovernmental organizations focusing on human rights, my objective has always been to do work that leads to improving someone’s life.  This summer was no different.  Though I was researching, the objective was no different.  I researched LGBTIQ NGOs to understand the challenges they faced, in order to begin to alleviate those challenges.

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