Charlotte Dahin, Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies, was awarded a $12,000 doctoral scholarship by TRAJETVI (Trajectoires de vie, de violence, de recherche d’aide et de recours aux services des femmes victimes de violence conjugale en contextes de vulnérabilité), with support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
“I am extremely pleased to have received the doctoral scholarship from TRAJETVI. This funding is going to help me to complete my research project; it’s a huge stepping stone for me”, says Charlotte.
Political agency of female asylum-seekers who have experienced gender-based violence during the proceedings on granting refugee status.We wish Charlotte Dahin success in her studies!
Trajetvi is part of the Interdisciplinary Research Center on Family Violence and Violence against Women (CRI-VIFF) which addresses a major issue in domestic violence: the adequacy of services available to women who are victims of spousal abuse and the specific needs of specific groups of women in vulnerable contexts.