Author: HSSFC

Book Fair

Professors, graduate students, representatives of government and non-governmental organizations from across Canada, as well as sectors of the wider community, will be attending the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities in Edmonton to discuss and hear of the latest research findings in the social sciences and humanities and to attend the annual Book Fair.…

Women’s Issues Network (WIN)

Overview: At the time of the merger of the former Social Science Federation of Canada (SSFC) and the Canadian Federation for the Humanities (CFH) in 1996, there were two bodies responsible for women’s issues: the Women’s Issues Network (WIN) established by SSFC in 1989 and the Women’s Issues Caucus established by CFH in 1991.  Both…

Breakfast on the Hill

The Federation brings research results directly to the attention of parliamentarians and their staff, senior public servants and the media, to demonstrate the importance of social science and humanities research. The Federation’s Breakfasts on the Hill program fosters a broader understanding of the role of social science and humanities research in the development of public…