SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL (SSHRC) AND CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION (CMHC) PARTNERSHIP GRANTS FOR NATIONAL HOUSING STRATEGY LONGITUDINAL OUTCOMES RESEARCH
Research Admin Offices:
Partnership Grants to support the NHS Longitudinal Outcomes Research are valued at up to $410,000 for the first year and up to $1.1 million for the following years for up to 5 years, up to a total of $4.8 million.
- Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Internal Deadline:November 15, 2022
Sponsor Deadline:November 22, 2022
- Internal NOI Deadline - ASAP -
- Internal Draft Application Deadline - November 1, 2022
- Internal Final Draft Application - November 15, 2022
- Sponsor Final Application *Submitted by ROADS - November 22, 2022
The Partnership Grants to support CMHC’s National Housing Strategy (NHS) Longitudinal Outcomes Research is a funding opportunity to support research and related activities that examines:
- The long-term health, socio-economic, and climate change outcomes of investments in affordable housing
- The links between housing, health, socio-economic, and environmental factors at the household and community levels.
The research may guide evidence-based decision making related to housing provision and the built environment. The overall goal of the Partnership Grants for National Housing Strategy Longitudinal Outcomes Research is to support prospective cohort research on outcomes of NHS and other investments in affordable housing.
CMHC recognizes that housing research requires a multi-disciplinary approach with interjurisdictional data. These public policy challenges transcend the boundaries and parameters set by respective disciplines. As a result, they aim to assess housing investments using four main themes in a holistic approach informed by a GBA+ analytical lens:
- Health, including mental wellbeing and physical health, both self-reported and through a life sciences approach of all ages of the population, including adequate housing (effect of mold and pest, sleep hygiene, air quality, heating and cooling), and suitable housing related to overcrowding.
- The social outcomes of housing investments on populations in housing precarity, and the links to justice system, with household stability, safety and security, displacement, and social inclusion.
- Economic outcomes related to employment and income.
- Better built environments, and the influence on climate change and energy poverty impacts, community resilience of the housing sector, and the related impacts on populations experiencing vulnerability.
Additional Program Information:
- When: English Session September 13, 2022
- Time: 1pm – 2pm
- Register Here: Information Webinar: National Housing Strategy Longitudinal Outcomes Research Grant
- Full Grant Details (PDF) Longitudinal Outcomes Research
Funding is awarded through open competition. Proposals should involve multiple disciplines, thematic areas, approaches or subject areas eligible for this funding opportunity.
Projects whose primary objective is curriculum development are not eligible for funding under this funding opportunity.
Applications must be submitted by an eligible Canadian post-secondary institution that meets the institutional eligibility requirements. The project director must be affiliated with the host institution (the applicant), and prepares the application on behalf of the host institution and the formal partnership. The term “institution” from here on in this description refers only to post-secondary institutions.
To ensure that teams awarded a grant have sufficient time to dedicate to the project, award holders may serve as an applicant or co-applicant on only one grant. It is, therefore, recommended that individuals limit their participation as an applicant or co-applicant to a single application.
Project directors who have received a SSHRC grant of any type but have failed to submit an achievement report by the deadline specified in their Notice of Award are not eligible to apply for another SSHRC grant until they have submitted the report.
Postdoctoral researchers are eligible to be project directors. CMHC will consider it a strength of the proposal if teams are diverse.
Amanda Graveline, ROADS.