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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

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

The appearance and disappearance of asylum seeking families from the DPRK in Canada

Project Researchers Project Description Between 2010 and 2014, hundreds to thousands of asylum seekers from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (a.k.a. North Korea) arrived in Canada, many with children, hoping to obtain refugee status. Some of the initial applicants were accepted while later applicants in this period have, for the [...]

The appearance and disappearance of asylum seeking families from the DPRK in Canada2020-05-21T12:01:49-03:00

Comparative study of provincial funding programs for refugees and immigrants in Canada

Project Researchers Project Description This project was a collaboration between the University of Alberta and the Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA). Researchers undertook a comparative study of provincial funding programs for refugees and immigrants in Canada, focusing on disparities between regions, which might have a profound [...]

Comparative study of provincial funding programs for refugees and immigrants in Canada2020-03-13T12:09:35-03:00
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