Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition (CYRRC) researchers are committed to conducting rigorous research, promoting best practices and engaging in knowledge mobilization activities to improve settlement outcomes for refugee young people and their families. In 2017, CYRRC researchers carried out 23 research projects on social integration, economic outcomes, education, mental and physical wellbeing of refugee children, youth and families in Canada and elsewhere.
All CYRRC collaborators and ESPO partners are eligible to apply for funding. Associate members are not eligible to apply directly for CYRRC funds but may partner with a CYRRC collaborator to apply.
To learn more about membership and the CYRRC, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.