PhD Program Coordinator
Room 500B Tier Building
173 Dafoe Rd
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada
Dr. Baffoe's research focuses anti-oppression approaches to social work practice. He specializes in the following areas:
Dr. Baffoe currently teaches anti-Oppression Social Work Practice, Community Development and International Social Work Practice at the Faculty of Social Work
An astute community organizer, Dr. Michael Baffoe has been involved in community organizing work with several immigrant and refugee organizations across Canada for over sixteen years. In 1994 Michael launched Black Star Big Brothers, an organization that run a mentoring program providing mentors and positive role models to Black children growing up single-parent families in Montreal and run it for twelve years, He has taught grassroots community organizing strategies at the School of Social Work at McGill University for ten years and at the Concordia University Institute for Community Development, Montreal for four years.