Compensating People with Lived Experience: Best Practices and Highlights from the Literature

Compensating People with Lived Experience: Best Practices and Highlights from the Literature

A literature review was conducted in collaboration with the Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition, the Guelph & Wellington Task Force for Poverty Elimination, and HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health-Guelph. Its primary goal was to identify best practices for engaging and compensating people with lived experience who provide work for community organizations. Its findings will support efforts to develop community guidelines and standards for equitable peer engagement and compensation. These findings are summarized in a fact sheet.

Read the report: Compensating People With Lived Experience: Best Practices From The Literature.

Read the fact sheet: Compensating People With Lived Experience: Highlights From The Literature.

Author(s): 
Sarah Feige, Melisa Choubak
Project Partner(s): 
Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition
Guelph and Wellington Task Force for Poverty Elimination
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