Categories: Social Economy

Events | Wednesday, March 16, 2022
In collaboration with Women’s Multicultural Resource & Counselling Centre of Durham and U of T Scarborough’s Caroline Hossein, this event...
News | Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Caroline Shenaz Hossein seeks to positively disrupt the space of political science to better understand the dynamics of power and...
Network | Project
A Black Epistemology for the Social and Solidarity Economy: The Black Social Economy
Hossein examines Black “economic” theories focusing on Black radical tradition, liberation and grounded theory, and the concept of lived Black...
Network | Project
Racialized People, Women, and Social Enterprises: Politicized Economic Solidarity in Toronto
The study examines the work of three anti-racist feminist leaders engaged in community development work who have no certainty of...
Network | Project
The Banker Ladies (2021)
Directed by Haitian-Canadian filmmaker, Esery Mondesir, The Banker Ladies (2021) shares 3 stories of three Black women in Toronto creating...
  • Researcher: Caroline Hossein
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Network | Researcher Profile
Caroline Shenaz Hossein is an associate professor in the department of global development studies at U of T Scarborough. Hossein’s research navigates solidarity economies – a movement that started in the Global South – which prioritizes social profitability instead of financial gain.