CYRRC

Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perception of, Identification with, and Affinity to Canada

Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perception of, Identification with, and Affinity to CanadaResearchers: Joseph Garcea Affiliation: University of Saskatchewan Keywords: Refugees, refugee youth, settlement and integration of refugee youth, ethnocultural and political identities of refugee youth, citizenship and refugee youth, refugee youth in CanadaJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This research [...]

Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perception of, Identification with, and Affinity to Canada2020-08-06T14:43:45-03:00

Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in a Montreal recreational setting

Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in a Montreal recreational settingResearchers: Nicole Ives1, Hend Alqawasma1, Lyn Morland1, Paula Kline2, Marjorie Rabiau1, and Emilia Gonzalez1 Affiliation: McGill University1 and Montreal City Mission2Research Partner: Montreal City Mission Keywords: Refugee children, recreation, integration, belonging, summer campJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This research describes [...]

Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in a Montreal recreational setting2020-09-08T15:05:36-03:00

Exploring the interaction of Youth with Refugee Experience with services that support workforce attachment in Nova Scotia

Project Researchers Project Description This proposal extends the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration’s (NSOI) funding support for the CYRRC grant that aims to understand challenges youths with refugee experience (YRE) face in accessing services for workforce attachment. The initial CYRRC grant targets 10 YRE who are between 18 and [...]

Exploring the interaction of Youth with Refugee Experience with services that support workforce attachment in Nova Scotia2019-06-17T16:29:05-03:00

An Exploration of Intigration Journeys and Well-Being: A YPAR Project with Syrian Refugee Youth

Project Researchers Project Description An Exploration of Intigration Journeys and Well-Being: A YPAR Project with Syrian Refugee Youth uses a youth participatory action research (YPAR) process that engages Syrian youth as co-researchers to examine integration experiences. The proposed study seeks to examine from the perspectives of Syrian refugee youth [...]

An Exploration of Intigration Journeys and Well-Being: A YPAR Project with Syrian Refugee Youth2019-06-17T15:38:21-03:00

Social-Emotional Development in Yazidi Refugee Youth

Project Researchers Project Description Our study proposes to examine the social-emotional development of Yazidi youth living as refugees in London, Ontario. The Yazidi are a religious minority from Northern Iraq. In 2014, members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) launched an offensive against the Yazidi community (Cetroelli et [...]

Social-Emotional Development in Yazidi Refugee Youth2019-02-06T16:03:29-04:00

Building Relationships: The Social and Employment outcomes of ISANS’ Immigrant Youth Employability Program

Project Researchers Project Description Developing Skills, Building Relationships: The Social and Employment outcomes of ISANS' Immigrant Youth Employability Program Partnered with the Immigrant Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS), this multi-method study focuses on ISANS' Immigrant Youth Employability (IYE) Program. IYE is an innovative 30-week newcomer youth employment program offering classroom [...]

Building Relationships: The Social and Employment outcomes of ISANS’ Immigrant Youth Employability Program2019-02-06T15:39:10-04:00

Early Integration Trajectories of Syrian Refugees in Canada

Project Researchers Project Description Canada has welcomed more than 40,000 Syrian refugees since 2015. As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, these refugees are welcomed, "... not as burdens, but as neighbours and friends. As new Canadians." Given these aspirations, it is critical to have a rigorous understanding of the early [...]

Early Integration Trajectories of Syrian Refugees in Canada2018-12-12T16:08:55-04:00

Flash Forward Photovoice Project

Project Researchers Project Description Context The Syrian youth who are served by the Syrian Canadian Foundation (SCF) face significant challenges. Many have low educational attainment or interrupted schooling, live in poverty, face social isolation, experience bullying, discrimination and violence (especially at school), and engage in anti-social behaviors that lead to [...]

Flash Forward Photovoice Project2019-02-05T19:08:53-04:00

L’impact de l’incompétence numérique dans la communication école-familles en contextes de défavorisation et de migration : situation des parents immigrants et réfugiés à Halifax.

Project Researchers Project Description Plusieurs études empiriques ont montré les effets positifs de la collaboration entre l’école et les familles ainsi que les répercussions favorables que de bonnes relations entre les parents et les enseignants peuvent exercer sur la réussite scolaire des enfants (Benoît, Rousseau, Ngirumpatse et Lacroix, 2008; Liboy [...]

L’impact de l’incompétence numérique dans la communication école-familles en contextes de défavorisation et de migration : situation des parents immigrants et réfugiés à Halifax.2018-12-12T15:33:15-04:00

Safe Spaces: Youth with refugee experience and their parents harnessing resilience

Project Researchers Project Description   Objectives a. To create a space for open discussions (a series of 10 workshops) for Arabic speaking refugee youth (n=10) (ages 13-20 years) with experiences of trauma and their parents (n=10) living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). b. To explore the tensions between youth [...]

Safe Spaces: Youth with refugee experience and their parents harnessing resilience2018-12-12T15:20:01-04:00
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