Research and Policy on Eliminating RacismA Journal of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation
What is DIRECTIONS?
DIRECTIONS is published twice a year. In March 2005 the re-launch issue of the journal heralded a bold new design and larger accessible format. Other enhancements include the addition of a Guest Editor for every issue and the creation of an independent Editorial Advisory Board, consisting of prominent Canadians with expertise in anti-racism and race-relations.
In order to widen its distribution and curtail production costs, this publication is released through CD and some articles are posted on the Foundation's website. Furthermore, at least one issue is released in cooperation with another organization.
Who reads DIRECTIONS?
DIRECTIONS is read by key stakeholders including:
Academics, Students, Major corporations, Leading law firms, MPs and MPPs,Municipal leaders,Policy makers, Journalists, Researchers, Race relations organizations, Subscribed to by leading libraries in Canada and the US, the general public committed to eliminating racism in Canada.
Why should you support DIRECTIONS?
As a not-for-profit organization, with registered charitable status, the CRRF relies on private contributions to fund the production and distribution of the journal. By supporting DIRECTIONS, you will be sending a strong message about the importance of anti-racist practice, education and dialogue in Canada. Your support of Directions confirms your commitment to fighting racism in Canada and clearly positions you and your organization as leaders in promoting social justice.