Bachelor of Social Work, McGill University
September 2017-June 2020 (Expected)
Bachelor of Social Science, Major in Political Science, University of Ottawa
September 2013-August 2015
Diplôme d’études collégiales, Social Science. CEGEP Heritage College
August 2011-June 2013
#GotBlood2Give, McGill University
#GotBlood2Give is a study taking place in Halifax, Montréal, Ottawa and Toronto. The goal of this research study is to examine the barriers to participation in blood donation among African, Caribbean and Black men (males) over the age of 17 (18 in Montréal) who have sex with men (males). We hope to change and update the current Canadian Blood Services blood donor questionnaire by removing discriminatory barriers. This will facilitate greater participation by African, Caribbean and Black men who have sex with men.
Publications and Presentations
Dryden, O., Nyambi, A., Lee, E.O.J., Mousseau, V., Lafontant, L.M. (2019). Du sang à donner : Favoriser la recherche axée sur les personnes Noires et l’engagement communautaire. Presentation, Acfas, Gatineau QC.
Almeida, J., Bruyère, J., Faddoul, M., Mousseau, V. (2019). Les défis quant aux contributions à la recherche des milieux universitaires, communautaires et institutionnels auprès des personnes LGBTQ migrantes, ethnicisées et racisées. Presentation, Acfas, Gatineau QC.
Mousseau, V., Mercer, M., Liévano, S., & Batac, M. (2018). A Pedagogy of Empowerment: Enabling Student-Led Activism in Canadian Schools of Social Work. Presentation, Canadian Association for Social Work Education Conference, Regina SK.
Mousseau, V. (2017). Pride Supremacy: Our Struggles. Your Victories. Our Challenges. Presentation, National Conference on LGBTTIQA2S Human Rights, Montreal QC.
Service Providers Summit on QTBIPOC Health and Well-Being, Halifax, NS
Wednesday, November 27th, 2019
Halifax North Memorial Public Library
The purpose of this summit was to gather service providers who work with racialized and/or LGBTQ2+ populations, with the goal of providing them with the tools to respond to the needs of queer and trans communities of colour. This summit also contained a psychoeducational element, as well as providing service providers with an opportunity to network with one another. This was meant to facilitate the creation of links between organizations who might potentially encounter QTBIPOC folks in their services.