How the anti-racism research priorities were developed


We reviewed more than 60 reports to identify data-related recommendations, gaps or opportunities. This included reports from: 

Eighty potential priority topics were identified. 


We shared the 80 priority topics with the Anti-Racism Data Committee, Métis Nation British Columbia and B.C. First Nations. This information helped to guide discussions around what research priorities were most important.  

Talking to communities

Each partner provided several recommendations.

These were used to create a final list of 10 sector-based research priorities, and two other priorities. 

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How we conduct research is as important as the topics themselves. Continue reading to find out how this important research will be conducted, and who will be involved.