About the observatory
A lever to address inequalities that are specific to Black communities
To become a recognized actor of social and systemic transformation through the creation of communities for practice and production of knowledge.
MISSION OF THE OBSERVATORY
To document and understand the realities of Black communities, especially youth, from a socio-economic development perspective.
Black Communities Observatory
Adoption of the common declaration in which we express the need to document, share and monitor our issues.
January 26, 2019, the 2nd Summit agrees to work on the establishment of an observatory on Black community issues and concerns.
We are proud to announce the creation of the observatory with a budget of $6M for the next 5 years.
A scientific and ethical committee will be set up to accompany the Observatory’s research team and ensure the scientific and ethical quality of the work carried out. The scientific committee will also propose recommendations for the development and improvement of the Observatory’s programs
The Observatory benefits from the financial support of the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation, which contributes to the prevention of poverty by focusing on academic excellence.