Funding for privacy research and knowledge translation
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) funds independent privacy research and related knowledge translation initiatives through its Contributions Program.
The goal of the program is to generate new ideas, approaches and knowledge about privacy that organizations can apply to better safeguard personal information and that individual Canadians can use to make more informed decisions about protecting their privacy.
Explore the links on this page to learn more about the Contributions Program, the projects it funds, and how to apply for funding.
Find out how the OPC inspires and supports innovative and socially relevant independent privacy research.
Find out how to apply for funding for privacy research and knowledge translation projects.
See the latest news releases and announcements about the Contributions Program.
Explore independent research and knowledge translation projects currently being funded by the OPC.
Explore completed independent research and knowledge translation projects the OPC has funded.
Access announcements and materials related to the OPC’s Pathways to Privacy initiative, which funds events and projects that showcase projects funded by the Contributions Program.
Read about how independent research projects funded by the Contributions Program have advanced knowledge on privacy and generated tangible results for privacy protection.
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