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Refugee reception and perception in Germany and Canada II

Project Researchers Project Description The years 2015 and 2016 were amount the most turbulent in recent history of refugee movements in the Western world. Amongst other factors, the Syrian conflict generated massive flows of people seeking refuge in Germany and elsewhere, many of them families and unaccompanied minors. About 1 [...]

Refugee reception and perception in Germany and Canada II2019-02-06T14:30:24-04:00

Refugees in Canada and Germany: From Research to Policies and Practices

Project Researchers Project Description Building on the previous volume by Korntheuer et al. (Eds.), this edited book will examine housing, health, and other resettlement issues from a research and evidence perspective, focusing on how research informs policy and practice. Unlike the first book, which was mainly an introduction to the systems [...]

Refugees in Canada and Germany: From Research to Policies and Practices2019-02-06T15:13:25-04:00

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and Canada

Project Researchers Project Description This research project sought to compare the perception of Syrian refugees in Canadian and German media. Both countries have taken in large amounts of refugees and while the initial reception has been overwhelmingly sympathetic, long-term perspectives in both countries are dominated by questions of identities and [...]

Refugee Reception and Perception in Germany and Canada2020-05-21T11:23:51-03:00

Bilisat (Bilingual Children at SchoolAge: Arabic and Turkish as Home Languages)

Project Researchers Cornelia Hamann (Researcher) Solveig Chila (Researcher) Lina Abed Ibrahim (Student) Hilal San (Student) Project Description Research Questions How do new arrivals compare to heritage speakers in their language competence during primary school and the first years of secondary education (age range 7;0-12;0, Length of Exposure minimum [...]

Bilisat (Bilingual Children at SchoolAge: Arabic and Turkish as Home Languages)2018-06-29T13:16:55-03:00

Volume “Structural Context of Refugee Integration in Canada and Germany”

Project Researchers Annette Korntheuer Paul Pritchard Débora Maehler Project Description Research Questions/Content The volume “Structural Context of Refugee Integration in Canada and Germany” aims at providing basic information on relevant contextual factors for refugee integration to colleagues of the other national context to facilitate cross national comparison. [...]

Volume “Structural Context of Refugee Integration in Canada and Germany”2018-06-29T13:19:49-03:00

The Importance of Civil Society Actors for (Syrian) Refugee Settlement in Comparative Perspective: Motivations, Structures, and Consequences

Project Researchers Monika Gonser Georg Mildenberger Verena Schmid Kathia Serrano Velarde Project Description Research Question In light of the arrival of Syrian refugees, local structures in Germany and Canada are adapting to meet the challenge of integrating the newcomers. In both countries, civil society actors [...]

The Importance of Civil Society Actors for (Syrian) Refugee Settlement in Comparative Perspective: Motivations, Structures, and Consequences2018-06-29T13:20:49-03:00

The Integration of Refugee Children and Youth: A Systematic Review of English, German and French Literature

Project Researchers Paul Pritchard Débora B. Maehler Steffen Pötzschke Project Description Research Questions The aim of this project is to provide a systematic review of research on the integration of refugee children and youth published in academic journals in English, German or French. The [...]

The Integration of Refugee Children and Youth: A Systematic Review of English, German and French Literature2018-06-29T13:21:34-03:00
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